Jul 11, 2006

A wonderful short by Aurélie Blard-Quintard


a frame from "Emily & le hamsterosaurus-Rex", © Aurélie Blard-Quintard 2006

I'm staggered...can this cool little film really have been made by the quiet girl I sat in life drawing with today, Aurélie Blard-Quintard? I think so!
I could catch glimpses of her lovely life drawings, but little did I know she'd done this. Go have a look at her school end of term project:

Emily & le hamsterosaurus-Rex


A hamster-T-rex named Profiterole? What's not to love?
Click on it and watch it, you won't be sorry...I love her designs, her animation--there's wonderful, natural, expressive posing--in clay, no less...all her ideas are fun and it's paced just right. Terrific!
I had a celebrity in my car today--lucky for her I hadn't seen this yet or I'd have no doubt embarrassed her with gushing. à demain, eh?

And here's her blog with more goodies: Aurélie

4 comments:

floyd norman said...

Charming and delightful.

Aurélie is indeed a talented film maker.

Max Perelman said...

Awesome find, Jenny, thanks! Those really are amazing eye and mouth shapes for clay. And just the right amount of vocals...

Aurelie said...

^-^ thank you so much Jenny for this very kind post.
I'm glad you liked the film
It was a pleasure to meet you in personn too: i've spend hours reading your blog! you're doing great at preserving the animation legacy.
I see you soon :)

Rusty Mills said...

Thanks for bringing this to my attention! Very nice indeed!