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“Fric Frac” by Oscar Malet

Animation student Oscar Malet’s¬†3rd year animation film made in 2 months at MOPA (formerly Supinfocom Arles).¬†malet.oscar(at)gmail.com

Wow! What a great little film. It has ambience, mood, some really nice slapstick and a pleasing character design. And I can NOT get over the rendering of that Bug! AmaZing to see the quality that the animation schools are turning out these days.

A thief goes into a garage to steal a car, but things don’t turn out as expected…¬†Made with 3dsmax/VRay/Zbrush/Marvelous/Substance Painter/After Effects/Premiere Pro/Audition

Eddie Mort

What is your name and your current occupation?

Eddie Mort.  Occupation?  Well I animate, storyboard, design and composite. Sometimes for shows you may actually see.  I work with Lili Chin under the name Fwak! Animation.
What are some of the crazier jobs you had before getting into animation?
I only had two jobs before I got into animation.  Filing Clerk at the Department Of Veterans Affairs, and pumping gas.
What are some of your favorite projects you’re proud to have been a part of?
Mucha Lucha! for Warner Bros Animation because we were able to bring an awareness of Lucha Libre to US broadcast television.¬† I am also proud of the feature film Lili Chin and I did together –¬†Los Campeones de la Lucha Libre.¬† Though we only had the budget equivalent of just over two TV episodes, we managed to produce a theatrical feature.
How did you become interested in animation?
Animation was always something that really super talented people did and I never considered It was for the likes of me.¬† It was through watching Ralph Bakshi’s films I realized it didn’t all have to be slick and polished.¬† His films – and the original Ren & Stimpys – showed me Continue…