Making of "Drawn Closer" by Patrick Osborne and Nexus Studios | STASH MAGAZINE

Making of “Drawn Closer” by Patrick Osborne and Nexus Studios

Nexus director/animator Patrick Osborne (who won the 2014 Best Animated Short Oscar for Feast), guides American middle school drama students thru a remote collaborative animation project to help replace their COVID-canceled live performance. [Read more]

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Preview All the Projects Included in Stash 146

Get your spring inspiration on with this two-minute trailer of the 31 new design, animation, and VFX projects packed into Stash 146, the latest brilliant addition to the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

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Stash 145 Drops Two Hours of Motion Mastery

Grab a peek at this two-minute cutdown of the new design, animation, and VFX work jammed into Stash 145, the latest must-see addition to the planet’s largest (and most inspiring) motion archive – aka the Stash Permanent Collection. [Read more]

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Stash 144 Drops Two Hours of Motion Magic!

Yes, 2020 feels like a write-off in many ways but Stash 144 proves the planet’s designers, animators, and VFX artists faced the storm with unwavering resolve and new levels of innovation. [Read more]

Signals, Patterns, & Waves - Director’s Cut by Ordinary Folk | STASH MAGAZINE

“Signals, Patterns, & Waves (Director’s Cut)” Process Reel by Ordinary Folk

Creative director Jorge R. Canedo E. at Ordinary Folk in Vancouver: “Around a year ago, we worked on a fun set of illustrations and animations for a series of blog posts. It was a crazy, fun project exploring different ideas and concepts, and so we put together a little process video to show some of the behind-the-scenes creativity!” [Read more]

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Behind the Scenes with Imaginary Forces on the “Little Fires Everywhere” Main Title

From Imaginary Forces: “The titles for Little Fires Everywhere delivers on the name itself as we indulged our inner pyromania. Shot at high speed, it’s a ballet of burning objects, tumbling, floating, and falling through frame. [Read more]