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1. Artist of the Day: Kevin Phung

Discover the art of Kevin Phung, Cartoon Brew's Artist of the Day!

The post Artist of the Day: Kevin Phung appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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2. ‘Made in China’ by Vincent Tsui

Figurines try to imitate the human everyday life, but they are facing limitations due to their toy situation.

The post ‘Made in China’ by Vincent Tsui appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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3. Watch: 5 Gobelins Shorts That Pay Tribute To Women Animation Pioneers

These shorts debuted last week at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

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4. ‘Que Dalle’

Four children devise a plan to avenge Elliott on the lunch lady.

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5. ‘Wildfire,’ A Student Film From Gobelins

Ena, a passionate firefighter and wife, is very involved in her profession. Her fascination with fire reveals itself as it impacts her family life.

The post ‘Wildfire,’ A Student Film From Gobelins appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

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6. Artist of the Day: Leïla Courtillon

Discover the art of Leïla Courtillon, Cartoon Brew's Artist of the Day.

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7. Artist of the Day: Violaine Briat

Violaine Briat

Violaine Briat graduated from Gobelins and now works as a storyboard artist in Paris.

Violaine Briat

Violaine Briat

Violaine is a prolific artist who creates personal work that includes her own world of characters that she features in wordless comics and drawings. She has collected these adventures on The Big Adventures blog and in a book published by Editions Rutabaga, Mini Aventure.

Violaine Briat

Violaine Briat

Above is one panel of a 173-panel original storyboard that she created just for “fun and practice.” See the whole thing here.

Violaine Briat

Violaine Briat

See the rest of Violaine’s work on her main blog, comics blog, doodle dump Tumblr, and fan art Tumblr.

Violaine Briat

Violaine Briat

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8. Artist of the Day: Yoann Hervo

Yoann Hervo

Yoann Hervo works as a character designer at Xilam Animation in Paris and is a recent graduate of Gobelins.

Yoann Hervo

Yoann Hervo

You can view three years of his school portfolios here and get a sense of the different kinds of exercises that Yoann completed for assignments for concept design and development.

Yoann Hervo

Yoann Hervo

View more of Yoann’s personal sketchbook drawings and illustrations on his blog HervoYoann.blogspot.com.Yoann Hervo

Yoann Hervo

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9. Artist of the Day: Pierre Zenzius

Pierre Zenzius studied animation production at Gobelins.

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10. Delivering Quality On A Tight Schedule: Speaking With ‘Ping Pong’ Art Director Aymeric Kevin

How did Aymeric Kevin and his team manage to produce so many quality backgrounds on such a short schedule? Aymeric speaks to Cartoon Brew about the background art of "Ping Pong."

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11. 7 Gorgeous Graduation Films from Gobelins

Earlier this month, the class of 2014 graduate films from French animation school Gobelins were published online.

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12. Artist of the Day: Rony Hotin

Today we look at the work of Rony Hotin, Cartoon Brew's Artist of the Day!

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13. Artist of the Day: Emmanuelle Walker

Today we look at the work of Emmanuelle Walker, Cartoon Brew's Artist of the Day!

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14. Artist of the Day: Lucrèce Andreae

Discover the work of Lucrèce Andreae, Cartoon Brew's Artist of the Day!

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15. “My Bloody Lad” by deadWALTER

My Bloody Lad was produced as part of a summer training program at Paris based production house WIZZ, between July and August 2011, by Cyril Chauvin, William Dousse, Thibaud Petitpas and Pierre Rutz (collectively known as deadWALTER) – all first year students at the Ecole des Gobelins.


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16. “The Night We Were Kings”

A beautiful example of pure visual storytelling. Gobelins students Chloé Nicolay, Manddy Wyckens, Anthony Lejeune, Gaspard Sumeireand Léa Justum animated this short during their summer internship at Cube Creative in Paris.


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17. Gorgeous! RED RIVER BAY (by Jeremy PIRES)



Gorgeous!

RED RIVER BAY (by Jeremy PIRES)



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18. Gobelins does it again. Another gorgeously-rendered, well-told...



Gobelins does it again. Another gorgeously-rendered, well-told story made by student animators Théo Guignard, Nöé Lecombre and Hugo Moreno. If it’s something in the water they give the students, they should bottle it and make a fortune. Unfortunately, it’s probably just a lot of hard work that’s paying off (and how!)

P.S. Another gem here.

(via Twitter / joshjcochran: Really beautiful short animation …)



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19. “In Between” from Gobelins

A young woman tries to overcome her shyness, which is personified by a crocodile. Created by De Alice Bissonnet, Aloyse Desoubries Binet, Sandrine Hanji Kuang, Juliette Laurent, Sophie Markatatos, 3rd year students at GOBELINS in Paris, France.

(Thanks, Martin Montgomery)


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20. Great run cycle by Maxime Mary (sorry, Tumblr won’t let me...

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Great run cycle by Maxime Mary (sorry, Tumblr won’t let me loop the animation, but you can see it here) - this appears to be a thief for an upcoming project. Speaking of Gobelins, here’s the graduation film Maxime worked on while there:

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Aw Jeeze, this is so awesome! Check out Maxime mary with the link below, I’m absolutely smitten.

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Awesome animation by Maxime Mary.



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21. “Le Ballet” by Louis Thomas

Graduation film (done during an exchange between Gobelins and Calarts last semester) by Louis Thomas. Thomas is currently working as a character designer/illustrator for both Pixar and Jib Jab. We featured Thomas’ previous short back in 2010. This one is a tribute to composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein and about 250 other Hollywood movie-star inspirations (all the caricatures are named in the end credits).

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22. Artist of the Day: Guitty Mojabi

Guitty Mojabi

Guitty Mojabi is studying at Gobelins in Paris. She posted her school portfolio posted here.

Guitty Mojabi

Guitty Mojabi

Lots of loose and expressive pencil/watercolor drawings from sketchbooks and assignments on her blog, including a few of her own Alice in Wonderland illustrations.

Guitty Mojabi

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23. Artist of the Day: Debora Cruchon

Debora Cruchon

Debora Cruchon is studying animation at Gobelins, and keeps her portfolio work online here.

Debora Cruchon

She also has a blog, supersalmon, where you can find animated loops, charcoal drawings, and paintings.

Debora Cruchon

Debora Cruchon

Debora Cruchon

Her ink and watercolor sketchbook work have a playful experimentality, resulting in appealing and curious images.

Debora Cruchon

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24. Artist of the Day: Stephen Vuillemin

Stephen Vuillemin

Stephen Vuillemin is an artist who graduated from Gobelins in 2008 and lives in London.

Stephen Vuillemin

You can see Stephen’s portfolio and blog here which includes his GIF animated comics.

Stephen Vuillemin

Stephen has elevated the art of the animated GIF by producing work specifically for that format, and subsequently, has been commissioned by art directors to create animated GIFs to run in online publications. When the same publications run static print versions of the GIF illustrations, Stephen’s work flops the paradigm: the print version is the modified, adapted, and even inferior version when compared to the animated online version–but only because it lacks the motion. Stephen’s static illustrations are equally strange, humorous and appealing to view.

Stephen Vuillemin

Stephen Vuillemin

Stephen Vuillemin

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25. Five Amazing Annecy Signal Films Created by Gobelins Students

Yesterday the Annecy International Animated Film Festival came to a close. For everyone who was unable to make the annual jaunt to Haute-Savoie to bask in the excellence of the graphical beaux arts, the festival has its own way of simultaneously enticing you and making you feel bad about your creative self. By this, we mean the signal films.

There were five signal films in total, conceived, designed and as usual, beautifully realized by the students at Gobelins.

The Retake created by Maxime Delalande, Nadya Mira, Semiramis Mamata, Laurent Moing and Rayane Raji

Sawa created by Camile André, Janis Aussel, Clément Doranlo, Maud Girard and Jong-Hyun Jung-Boix

Copernicus created by Elssa Boyer, Anne Courtin, Myriam Fourati, Sarah Simon and Pedro Vergani

The Fancy Family created by Debora Cruchon, Eve Ceccarelli, Marie-Pierre Demessant, Batiste Perron and Simon Masse

See Saw created by Marlène Beaube, Marion Bulot, Thibaud Gayral, Guitty Mojabi and Raphaëlle Stolz

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