This is the second animation I’ve created for Happify – this one covering the subject of compassion and how we should all learn to pay attention to the people around us.
As with all of my work, this animation was created by drawing pen on paper. Each illustration was scanned, cleaned and coloured in Photoshop and then composited in After Effects.
It was a fun little project. I’ve been commissioned to create five animations for Happify – three which will be launched publicly so I’ll update you with the next one when it’s ready!
“Award winning ‘Creatures of the Night’ led to the reversal of an 8-year decline in Jägermeister sales, lifting the brand to an increase of 10% in sales”
“36 times the average rate of engagements for any alcohol brands in Australia during the campaign period.”
HERE‘s the first animated snippet of Bill Mund’s illustrations, put together by… me!
See the Jägermeister Instgram for all of Bill Mund’s illustrations here: https://instagram.com/jagermeisterau/
I thought it was time for an update as I’ve been unusually quiet for the last couple of months…
Have you seen my most recent animation, “Meditation 101: A Beginner’s Guide”?
I’ve actually been commissioned by Happify to create five animations and two promo videos for www.toiletable.com website. I finished the second video in mid-August and then I took some time off – 5 weeks in all – as I had some visitors over from Australia.
It’s been a busy time as we’ve tried to see as much as we could, this side of the world:
England, including Bristol and Bath…
As you can imagine, we’re all pretty worn out now. But it’s been amazing that’s for sure, and we’ve been especially lucky with the weather!
During my time away I’ve received a few amazing accolades.
I received an exciting email from the Reel Health Film Festival stating, “Happily, I can say that ‘Blame’ has been chosen for the Official Selection for this year’s festival. Of greater significance, I can also happily say that ‘We’re Having a Baby’ has been adjudged the Category Winner for the Creative Award.”
You can read more about the Reel Health Film Festival and my great news here: http://www.gobblynne.com/blog/reel-health/
I also received the amazing news that my RSA animation ‘Blame’ has been chosen to be screened at Raindance Film Festival this year. I’m extremely excited about attending the event and so happy to be a part of it.
‘Blame’ was chosen for the final shortlist for the World Illustration Awards.
So not a bad couple of months, eh?
As the sun is beginning to hide behind the rainy clouds, my time off has come to an end and from now until Christmas I will be shut away behind a desk, with tea on tap, completing three more animations for Happify.
I will of course keep you updated with my progress and let you know when the animations become publicly shared.
I hope you’ve all had a wonderful summer too. Much love.
This month I received an exciting email from the Reel Health Film Festival stating;
“It gives me great pleasure to tell you that you have been successful in two instances. Happily, I can say that ‘Blame’ has been chosen for the Official Selection for this year’s festival. Of greater significance, I can also happily say that ‘We’re Having a Baby’ has been adjudged the Category Winner for the Creative Award.”
The description of the Creative Award reads:
“From a scripted narrative to a work of animation or a conceptual idea, the power of meaningful messages about real health issues can be brought to life in a creative setting. This is an opportunity for script writers and creative film makers to demonstrate films with meaning in an imaginative manner.”
Wowee! How fantastic!
The Festival is based in Melbourne, Australia, so although it was a weeeeny bit too far for me to attend, my good friend Rebecca Cox took my place for the evening on the 2nd September.
Bec said that she had an amazing time and really enjoyed all of the films that were screened. She went on to say “there was something magical about seeing your films on the big screen in a full theatre… ‘Blame’ had us all in stitches and I had tears of laughter.”
From the photos I’ve seen, Bec looked super beautiful and had a huge smile on her face as she collected the award. I may have to use her for future events. Even for day to day events… answering phone calls, talking to my neighbours, having dinner with my parents… she’s a good person to have represent you.
Bec finished her email to me with “Well done mate and thanks for choosing to use World’s Finest © Award Accepting Services.”
n.b. The event in September was an invite-only Premiere and Awards Night for people from the health and arts industries, media and dignitaries… however if you are interested in attending the public Festival in November, you can purchase tickets from the Reel Health website here: http://www.reelhealthfilm.com/index.php/tickets/