crankbunny animation and paper toy products
  1. Every Halloween / Day of the Dead holiday - I like to share a small dark animated film called SODA that I finished a few year back. SODA is a fable about how life is run by a trifecta of magical spirit animals.

    SODA was inspired by the visual folklore that different cultures (Spanish Day of the Dead paper cuttings, mythical shadow plays from Southeast Asia) have used for hundred of years to illustrate the why & how of human mortality.

    The animated short features the use of animated shadow puppetry, projected silhouettes, plus traditional and stop-motion animation.


     
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  2. “Robot Gets Its Wings”
    Personal Project : Etsy
    Type : Cut-out & stop motion, 60sec 2009
    Premise : Everytime you buy or sell something handmade, a robot gets its wings.

    Review from AdAge - http://adage.com/garfield/post?article_id=139144
    “…It is simply magnificent — in a way that my book strongly implies CGA will seldom achieve. And in a way that the agency business had better take note of. In fact, here is what they should be saying: Uh-oh….”


     
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  3. SODA is an animated fable about how the cycle of life is run by a trifecta of magical spirit animals. The animated short features the use of animated shadow puppetry, projected silhouettes, plus traditional and stop-motion animation. It’s completion took 3 years and will be available for viewing in mid-October.

    Visit the official website : http://soda.crankbunny.com 


     
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  4. “Robot Gets Its Wings”
    Personal Project : Etsy
    Type : Cut-out & stop motion, 60sec 2009
    Premise : Everytime you buy or sell something handmade, a robot gets its wings.

    Review from AdAge - http://adage.com/garfield/post?article_id=139144
    "…It is simply magnificent — in a way that my book strongly implies CGA will seldom achieve. And in a way that the agency business had better take note of. In fact, here is what they should be saying: Uh-oh…."


     
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  5. "We Belong Together"
    Client : Madame Edgar
    Type : Traditional Animation, 30sec 2005
    Premise : Classic toys and storytells of love don’t mix well with urban toys
    What I learned on this job? Its a secret I will take to the grave.


     
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