In a time when dragons threatened mankind, there was only one man who fought them all. He was known as Taragon the dragonslayer and every job assigned was successfully accomplished. Dayin ... dayout. Even though he was famous and admired, he carried doubts in his heart. Until one day, when everythin
Animated Chinese pictogragh, ideogram characters.
It's a logo-animation I did, frame by frame hand drawn. it was my first (serious) animation job!
Competition: Saatchi | Rank: 2
This spot explaining how to be Innovation Driven was animated traditionally using ink on approximately 3000 NAPKINS, and was shot with a Nikon D300 using Dragon Stop Motion software.
The story follows a Barbarian on a quest to recover something precious which was stolen from him.
He has to travel huge distances, from grassy plains to dusty deserts then snow covered high peaks, to reach his destination.
However, his difficulties only really begin once he retrieves the object of
Sir Fartsalot attempts to save the peasantry from the fiery tempered Dragon.
Funny cartoon webisode for the book "Sir Fartsalot Hunts the Booger," by Kevin Bolger.
Animation & Design by Aaron Blecha.
Music & voices by Brad Mossman.
Cartoon written by Kevin Bolger with Aaron Blecha
A soldier writes a letter to his father who has passed on telling him about the journey of adventure.
There is a place where umbrellas grow. It’s called Rain Terrain. A bizarre celestial machinery controls its everyday rhythms and hues. What it takes to stop the motion of clouds and make the rain fall?
There are two sides to every story...