By: Cedric                Categories: General

We are really appreciating the student work lately – some great talent is rising through the ranks! Today, we bring you “Last Fall”, directed by Andreas Thomsen from The Animation Workshop. It’s a heart tugging story of a father’s love. After a tragic accident, our hero ventures into a industrial futuristic afterlife in search of his beloved daughter.

The short quickly reminds you that 2D style animations are not a lost art form. The slick but moody visuals quickly engage you in the well-being of our father and daughter duo as they scramble through a fantastic world – which appears to be modeled after a future more appropriate for the short’s era. Thanks to the solid story line, this short could easily be adapted to a longer feature. I’d gladly invest another hour or two of my life to join the protagonists in their adventure.

Last Fall from The Animation Workshop on Vimeo.


Posted by Cedric, Marketing Manager, Animation, Gaming, and Web.

1 Comment

1 Comment

  •    Suvdgerel said on May 24, 2012 at 12:18 am

    D’s hypermode aliernattve is not only shorter but more pleasant to listen because the silent pauses were trimmed. How did you do the optimization done, Mr D? It seems it can be done using Truncate Silence Effect of Audacity and other useful effects.

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