I got to work on animation for The Killers music video ‘Christmas in LA’ featuring Owen Wilson! There was a team of about 30 of us doing animations and backgrounds, and we only had about 3 weeks. It’s a beautiful song and was buttloads of fun to work on.
I did rough animation on the vagrant’s head turn, the parents on the Christmas card, and Owen’s head turn in the church.
I also designed some of those background characters which were used in the audition line in the video.
You can watch the video here:
I’ll be in NY for this screening, as well as several other LNWC filmmakers - come on out and watch some animation
It all ends Friday November 20th and 1:30 pm EST! Thanks for your support! Every bit counts more than you know!
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ONE WEEK LEFT.
You’ve already done more than enough, but if you want to help us out, please spread the word and boost the signal as much as common decency will allow over the next week. We wrap up at 1:30 PM EST Friday the 22nd. Anything you can do over the next week to get the word out, be it twitter, blogs, emails, facebook, tumblr, or sky-writing would be massive. We didn’t anticipate how much people would connect with this, and it’s amazing to see such support rallying behind this weird little game. People are taking notice of that, too. Maybe in coming years some of the things that stand out about Night In The Woods will be commonplace. Here’s hoping. So this is it, the final week to support Night In The Woods, and in turn we as artists and makers. Thank you for what you’ve done already, and thank you for your volume in the coming week. Let’s see how far we can take this.
Thank you thank you thank you,
- Scott and Alec
Hey all. This is my baby and it means the world to me. Thanks for everything!
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New film coming online on November 11
Title screen for “Convoy,” some animated kookiness I did for The Verge. Watch it as part of The Vergecast here.
The awesome tech and culture site The Verge is celebrating 100 episodes of their popular video podcast The Vergecast — and I helped them celebrate with a pretty weird animated piece called Convoy, starring the site’s editors. It aired on the anniversary episode.