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Gum & Ambrose Kenny-Smith

"Minor Setback"

Created with over 1,600 painted 35mm frames and 3D animation

Jupie- Sandbox

Created in Blender

Gum - Ancients

Created in Blender

Yellow Days and Ric Wilson- 

Life's Been Good To Me

Created in Blender

Pipe- Eye - Ancient 5G Aliens

Created in Blender

Reagan Cats- See It All

Greenscreen loops with animated scenes in blender. Datamoshed scenes in after effects. 

Skyrocket- The Murlocs

Stop motion animation, over 400 traditional animation frames, Digitally drawn animation, and VHS Recordings by Ambrose. 

Pipe-Eye- Cosmic Blip (Reprise)

After effects, Blender environment, and 192 frames of paper animation- all looped

15 minute ambient track, traveling through space and time over and over and over and over.....

Montero- Together Like Glue

Super 8 film and digital animations

2 friends on the run from a detective unleash their hidden power to win him over. 

Montero- Beyond the Tree

16mm film and digital animations

Isolated on a beach, a man gets trapped in a digital world inside his phone with constant reminders of his past love life.

Divino Niño - Flamingo

A short look into a sad flamingo's quest for happiness- animated on hand drawn digital frames and 190 frames of paper

Montero- Aloha

Animated on 1,773 individual paper frames

Paul Cherry- Changing Times

A look into the channel 69 Action news team's everyday life.

Shot on 16mm film, a mixture of stop motion and live action.

Paul Cherry- Your Letter

Animated with Plasticine clay, paper, bass wood, 35 mm film, and digital frames

Lounge FM- Drugzzz

digital and film animations- a look into an orange friends life in space and far far beyond

Modern Nomad- If I Knew

A combination of aerial footage, super 8 film shot in st Petersburg, and rotoscope animations

Modern Nomad- The Day

Fully animated on 1,039 individual frames of 35mm

Reagan Cats- Whats on Her Mind

Shot on Super 8 Film

Animations done on 35mm

Racer- Thunder Club

Scratched emulsion of

16mm film + cell by cell drawing

additional animations done on 120mm film 

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