See more at 100Frames.com
100 Frames is a brand new collaboration between Animator and Director - Fraser Davidson, Actor and Writer - Dan Jones and Producer - Matthew Harvey. We work together with a small team of colleagues, including Simon Tibbs and Morgan Samuel.
With over 20 years experience in the entertainment industry, the trio aim to create an exciting forum in which to combine animation, comedy and art. The unique quality to our site is to attract like-minded people who want to create and showcase their craft.
Applying the moniker - ‘100 frames’, there are only a few simple rules to what the content on our site can be. Firstly, each creation must be no more than 100 frames of animation. Secondly, it must be funny. Thirdly and most importantly, it must be artistic and beautiful.
We hope you enjoy.
Fraser, Dan & Matthew
A short essay animated from the audio recording of ‘The New New Rules: A Funny Look at How Everybody but Me Has Their Head Up Their Ass’. It was originally performed on ‘Real Time with Bill Maher’.
The book is published by Penguin (USA).
The book is available from Amazon here:
The audio book is available from iTunes here:
Written and Performed by Bill Maher
Directed and Animated by Fraser Davidson
Spot Effects and Audio Mix by Morgan Samuel
I do not hold the rights to the recording, this piece is intended only as an homage to Bill Maher’s short essay.
Animation created for The Revolution Will Be Televised. Produced by Hattrick Productions.
Done at Conrad Caine (conrad-caine.com)
Agency: Conrad Caine
Client: Eckert Caine
Animation: Alejo Accini
Design: Flor Fernandez
Additional animation & support: Marcos de Lunardo, Matias Sesti
3D modelling: Eric Alcoceba
Music & Sound: Music Bag
Montage of my latest works.
I had lots of fun doing this, enjoy!
You can find some screens at behance.net/ale_dg
0:00 - Intro / Design + chalk + Animation
0:06 - Stress / Design + Animation
0:10 - Bridge @ Conrad Caine / Animation
0:12 - LG Music / Design + 3D + Animation
0:16 - Bridge @ Conrad Caine / Animation
0:19 - JujubaLand Reel / Direction + Comp + Animation
0:24 - Gatorade / Art Direction + Design + Animation
0:30 - JujubaLand Reel / Direction + Comp + Animation
0:38 - Around the World with Story Studio / Art Direction + Design + Animation
0:44 - Journaux de France / 3D Animation
0:45 - Counter / Design + animation
0:47 - JujubaLand Reel @ JujubaLand / Direction + Design + 3D + Animation
0:52 - Picada Violenta / Design + 3D + Animation
1:00 - Domo / Design + 3D + Animation
1:04 - JujubaLand Reel / Direction + Animation
1:06 - Colección Fortabat / Design + Animation
1:08 - Bridge @ Conrad Caine / Animation
1:11 - Gatorade / Art Direction + Design + Animation
1:15 - Outro / Design + chalk + Animation
Song: Focker by Late of the Pier (edited, no commercial purposes)
New Zealand’s agency Chilli asked us to create a spot for Rosebud: an application which connects things you like, guiding you through discovery of new stuff. They sent us a pretty crazy script and we gave life to it!
More info and some stills @ behance.net/ale_dg
Art Direction . Alejo Accini, Ary Silberstein
Illustration - Alejo Accini, Ary Silberstein, Agus Jeansalle
Animation - Alejo Accini, Ary Silberstein
Sound Design - Alejo Accini, Ary Silberstein
Unicorns & Rainbows - Magui Fumagalli
How do you visually explain big data while keeping people awake and interested? One way, is to do it like this.
To put into words what it actually took to made this film happened is very difficult, more with my very deficient written english, so i will be short on words and leave you to watch the movie.
Anyways i need to say that it took us over a year since the first pitch in August 2012, when i just sent some illustrations, until Jan 2013 that we got the GO to start producing this spot.
Over all this time, we got a lot of ups and downs and literally the project got into the drawer several times. I did a lot of drawings, we developed a lot of ideas, we traveled, we met, we drank, we talked, we sent mails, we did storyboards, we change shots, but always in the best of moods and we are actually sorry that it came to an end, because we wanted to keep on this wave of frames and drawings.
Thanks there to the creative team @ Martin, for giving me this chance, i learned stuff, i enjoyed stuff and made some friends on the way. And thanks to my team here because they’re awesome and we together sweat the same to work this out.
This campaign has more surprises to come over the next months, and i’m happy to be part of something bigger with studios i learned from and i admire a lot.
I don’t know if you will enjoy this as much as i enjoyed doing it. But we certainly made our best for that to happen!
Global Marketing Communication: Jill Baskin
Brand Marketing Director: Janda Lukin
Chief Creative Officer: Joe Alexander
Group Creative Director: Jorge Calleja
Creative Director: David Muhlenfeld
Creative Director: Magnus Hierta
Senior Art Director: Brig White
Planning Director: John Gibson
Managing Director: Steve Humble
Senior Broadcast Producer: Kathy Lippincott
Broadcast Producer: Heather Tanton
Broadcast Junior Producer: Caroline Helms
Production Company: Studio Animal
Director: Martin Allais
Producer: Maria Soler Chopo
Illustration: Martin Allais
Storyboards: Martin Allais
Animatic: Pere Hernández, Javi Vaquero, Matt Deans
Animator: Pere Hernández, Javi Vaquero, Pablo Navarro, Dani Alcaraz
Tracing and color:Ezequiel Cruz, Macarena Ortega, Eva Puyuelo, Joel Morales
Compositing: Santi Justribó Martin Allais
Music (performed by): Owl City (Adam Young)
Voiceover talent: Owl City (Adam Young)
Original Music and Lyrics: David Muhlenfeld (English Major, LLC)
This script for After Effects connect selected layers with segments created using shape layers.
It has been created to visualize joints in Motion Boutique Newton2 but you can use it to create a lot of cool things.
There’s 3 types of connections: Spanning tree, Delaunay triangulation & 2D rope.
Connect Layers will be available very soon.
I was asked to make an animation for mappiness. Mappiness is the world happiness map. Understand your happiness trends, your friends and the world in real-time.
illustration: Caner Atakul
This is a typographical representation emphasizing the value of “thinking out of the box”.
Examples of false statements, which were thought to be true at the time
underline the importance of being open minded. New ideas which can seem ridiculous
now may be just a part of our lives in the future. So, keep an open mind!
“Everything that can be invented has been invented.”
Charles H. Duell(United States Patent and Trademark Office) 1899
“Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible.”
Lord Kelvin (Royal Society of London) 1895
“Airplanes are interesting toys, but of no military value”
Marshal Ferdinand Foch 1911
“I think there is a world market for maybe five computers”
Thomas J Watson (President Of IBM) 1943
“Stock prices have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau.”
İrving Fisher (Professor of Political Economy) 1929
Think. What if everybody thought they were right.
If you have the same point of view with everyone else, you would see only the same thing.
If you follow the same road with everybody else, you will reach the same destination.
This animation was produced on behalf of the Australian delegation to the Global Education Leadership Programme (GELP). It makes the case for making big changes in education, to keep up with the big changes that are taking place in society.
Script and animation by the Innovation Unit
Music by Dov Waterman