I spend a lot of time online. Most of that on YouTube, Break.com, Aniboom.com or College Humor, but this has entered my top ten favorite videos, and I have watched it about six times this hour… and there is a special treat at the end of the movie which is great fun to play with!
So, top ten viral videos and online animations, leave your suggestions below…!
(Thanks to Cuzoogle for the inspiration!)
I have to admit, I am a huge fan of this animation by Sexual Lobster. It won’t play directly as WordPress.com is rubbish, but follow the link for an awesome video.
I am pleased to say I have NEVER been drunk enough to get this confused… Enjoy!
Ok, I have been a bad blogger… but I am committed and this blog is back in my schedule. There have been all sorts of things I wanted to get online and my notebook is jammed with ‘must write’ posts.
Once again, something kinda out of the ordinary got my attention. It’s not funny, but *it is clever*! I saw this short film on TechCrunch promoting the release of Google’s power point competitor.
The company putting this together, Common Craft, have tutorials for all sort of web stuff and technology that our grandparents can’t handle, if this site had been around a decade a go, they could have set their own VCR.
More to come, I promise.
If ever a short video captured what the internet has become, this is it.
Internet People… enjoy!
Ok, so strictly speak, it’s not animation, but flash has to count, right?
Yes, this has been on repeat for a while now… Enjoy!
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Cartoons and animation fascinate us all as children. The bright colors, movement, and crazy plots that would unravel before our eyes would never been seen in ‘real life’, but once pen was put to paper, or mouse to screen, everything become possible.
I remember going to the movie theater as a kid to see Disney’s Fantasia, and begging my Mom to let me to see it again for weeks. This movie is soon approaching 70 years since its release, yet it’s hasn’t aged.
The age of web2.0 has propelled us into a new era of animation, both on the big screen, and from the comfort of our own homes. My dream and ambition remains to be offered a job with Pixar one day, but until I get that phone call, this blog is going to be my place to comment, review, create and share.