The Falcon is a lovely short animation by Scottish Hampton that was cleverly created using old camera parts. I love the strong us of depth of field and the music (which is actually somehow continually looping in the background for me as I write this post on my tablet!).
This BAFTA winning short animation from studio AKA looks like the character style of Studio Ghibli meets Tim Burton rendering and story. I really liked it, but felt more could have been done with the ending.
Jesper Eriksson has created a beautiful short film titled Between Beasts. Clearly it has a strong Limbo influence to it, but it has still been made very nicely. It’s a shame about the compression ruining parts of it, even at 1080p, and some of the animation could do with a bit of polish but over all I love it.
This is a pretty funny and very nicely made short animation about what might happen if animals ate McDonald’s.
This is a stunning short animation from the amazing art school Gobelins. I love the noise/texture of the paint and paper in the background, to go along with a lovely story.
One More Beer is an extremely short animation and as a story isn’t anything great, but it is stunning. I love the hair, lighting and the texture detail.
Nefertiti’s Hand is good entertaining short with quite a random storyline.
Alma is a stunning short animation and I think the story could be made into a good horror film, as the story is quite strange.
Stick with this animation, visually it is quite weak at the start but it picks up and I enjoyed it.