Alex Stanlake is an animator and designer based in the UK specialising in 2D motion graphics and character animation. In this clever and humorous presentation, Alex explores the nature of harmless cheerfullness and why the early Wallace & Gromit films provide it.
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ON FEB 28, 2012
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BY MICHAEL CEBALLOS
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BY RAPHAËL HAAB
@ VOL 9
ON MAY 09, 2019
A la découverte des archives graphiques de la Société des Nations ! Le court-métrage d'animation que j'ai réalisé durant mes études s'inspire d'archives issues du Palais des Nations: affiches, caricatures ou dessins. Durant cette présentation, je vais vous parler des coulisses de la réalisation de ce film.
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