Medieval Cathedral Rooftop Chase Animation

Dennis van Hout was inspired to create this fantastic animation of a suspenseful chase over our Medieval Cathedral background. Thanks, Dennis! Check his Instagram account here: https://www.instagram.com/dennisvanhoutart/

Santa’s Beard | ‘Matte! Nande?’ (‘Wait! Why?’) Gags #06

????❤ Merry Christmas, everybody ????❤

MimiChair co-wrote and backgrounded this cartoon

Starring Koyuki as the voice of Little Girl and Santa as the voice of Santa

Office Elevator | ‘Matte! Nande?’ (‘Wait! Why?’) Gags #05

Enjoy some biting satire on phone consumption co-written and backgrounded by Nicole Ten Cate

Self-Portrait | Painting Backgrounds for Animation SPECIAL

We thought it was about time we’d introduce ourselves, and what better way to do so than to paint a self-portrait in this special episode of ‘Painting Backgrounds for Animation’?

Halloween Candy | ‘Matte! Nande?’ (‘Wait! Why?’) Gags #04

Happy Halloween, everybody!

Starring Koyuki as the voice of Cute Ghost #1 and Cute Ghost #2

Co-written en backgrounds painted by MimiChair (https://www.instagram.com/mimichair.art/)

The Moon Landing | ‘Matte! Nande?’ (‘Wait! Why?’) Gags #03

Oh Yeah
Oh Yeah
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The Moon

Festival News

Excited that the music video we created with Wan Qing Wang for Handsome Johnny is making it’s international festival debut at the Insomnia Animation Festival this month. So hop onto your scooter and get to Russia!

Handsome Johnny: Johnny And The Devil

Something’s here! It’s the music video for ‘Johnny And The Devil’, commissioned by alternative roots/americana band Handsome Johnny.

We only had about a month to put this together, but luckily we had Wan Qing Wang on our team. Together with her we decided to focus on creating an ominous mood with the lighting, colors and telling a straightforward tale with some slightly weird visuals.

Anima 2019: Award & Review

We were very surprised and honored our animated short won the RTBF – La Trois Award at Anima 2019 this past weekend. Thanks to the festival and everyone who helped and supported us in creating this film!

Branchés Culture saw our film there, and wrote a little review in French. It roughly translates to:

“A superb project that addresses the problem of bullying among young people. Very nice drawings, a careful realization and a surprising fall make this project a great success. A movie to show to young and old alike.”

Next time you can catch our film will be next Saturday, at Athens Animfest.

Snake Alley Festival of Film

🎞 Festival news! ‘From The Snow-Covered Hill’ will make it’s US debut at Snake Alley Festival of Film this month. It will screen on June 23. Come check it out if you’re in Snake Alley!