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Jacob Ferguson, Adrian Pumarejo Reveal “The Invisible Truth”

Completed over the course of four months as their senior thesis film, Ringling College Motion Design students Jacob Ferguson and Adrian Pumarejo capture the mind-altering terror of child abuse in this atmospheric and visceral jolt of stylized CG called “The Invisible Truth.” [Watch]

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Ben Hibon: League of Legends Mind of the Virtuoso

New work from Axis director Ben Hibon always promises atmospheric drama and lots of very cool frames. Latest evidence: this CG trailer for League of Legends: Mind of the Virtuoso for Riot Games. [Watch]

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Anthony Schepperd: Boots “C.U.R.E.”

Fans of Anthony Schepperd‘s psychotropic animated insanity will not be disappointed by his latest effort, a video for BOOTS (aka American producer/rapper/musician Jordan Asher) which begins with a dystopian narrative thread but soon devolves into the torrent of hand-drawn chaos we love so much. [Watch]

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“Branded Dreams: The Future of Advertising”

Ton Meijdam, Thom Snels and Béla Zsigmond (aka Studio Smack in the Netherlands), who brought us this piece of low-budget magic, are back with an in-house animated short to ask what would happen if brands could place their advertising in our dreams. [Watch]

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Smith & Foulkes: Slack “Animals!”

Following on the heels of Giant Ant’s fabulous 1930’s animation update, Slack pivots 180 degrees in tone and technique for this frenetic :60, opting for a cast of collaborative CG animals from the masters of such things, Nexus directors Smith & Foulkes, thru TBWA \ CHIAT \ DAY. [Watch]

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Ringeisen and Ruska: WWF “Paper World”

The popularity of CG acting as stop-motion paper has grown over the last five years because the analog handcraft associated with origami and the apparent low-poly modeling both provide a warmer counterpoint to the too-shiny, machine-made perfection often associated with 3D. [Watch]

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