Tag Archives: 3D
I haven’t seen the new Yogi Bear movie but it could never live up to this alternate ending. Pretty fine quality for a fan-made video.
A year or so ago I posted an amazing 3D animation by Alex Roman called The Third & The Seventh which rivaled Avatar’s realism. Well here is a much shorter but just as talented 100% CGI commercial. Silestone — ‘Above … Continue reading
A 3D short that I’m sure everyone can relate to. This is why people don’t parallel park. Parallel Parking from Yum Yum London on Vimeo.
An amazing short film from the open source 3D modeling program called Blender. They’ve come a long way since the program’s inception and it has improved dramatically. The rendering and animation are far above almost anything else I’ve posted this … Continue reading
A 3D short from a group in Germany. It’s rather short and doesn’t have any real dialogue, though there is the Portal ending theme during the beginning. This is on par with a Pixar short if you ask me. Fallen … Continue reading
It’s hard to believe that Bollywood could outdo itself given it’s range of ridiculous films already, but once again I was amazed by the premise and random snippets of this film already. It’s part Terminator, part Kung Fu Hustle, and … Continue reading
A wonderful collaboration of 3D and 2D graphics paying tribute to the evolution of video games and 3D. It’s a bit long but probably the best quality 3D animation I’ve seen in a while. Definitely turn it on HD if … Continue reading
A very neat video taking you through a Mandelbox, which you can read all about here if you are interested in such an abstract mathematical construct.
This is a Star Wars fan film detailing the adventures of Han Solo and how he got on Jabba’s bad side. The animation quality is fun and while it’s not Harrison Ford voicing Solo, the dialogue is spot on. It’s … Continue reading
That, my friends, is a 3D painting of a girl for a speed bump. From Canadia. In what sounds like a terrifying experience, the girl’s elongated form appears to rise from the ground as cars approach, reaching 3D realism at … Continue reading
While the dialogue and premise are pretty weak, this short 3D animation does have some wonderful color and character design. It’s been a while since I’ve posted a good 3d short. The Monk & The Monkey from Brendan Carroll on … Continue reading
Cadbury is putting together a promotion for the London Olympics called Spots vs Stripes. People are asked to choose a side and participate in random activities to collect points prior to the 2012 Olympics. I don’t really care about the … Continue reading
This is pretty popular right now but there are two different versions. One is an ominous setting where innocent pixels of our past begin to swarm and take over New York to eventually the world. The other version has a … Continue reading
A cute little animation involving some octopi and their struggles to stay together, despite one chef’s intentions.
This is kind of slow and doesn’t really go anywhere, but it’s still pretty interesting. It’s an artistic representation of numbers in nature, obviously, highlighting different principles of math and incorporating it into different subjects of nature.
Another wonderful animation done by a french team. The french are really on top of animation given their quality of art. The imagery used to create this unique world is very appealing, blending painted backdrops with cleverly expressive characters. Do … Continue reading
I imagine Modest Mouse – King Rat‘s animation style would have come out like this. This was done by a french group, although it’s spoken in English. Enjoy a little cute in your life. PIRATES!!! “The Curse of the Evil … Continue reading