Thursday, November 5, 2009

11 second club submission - October

My latest attempt to win the 11 second contest for the month of October. 2nd out of 207. I was feeling good about this piece but the "mob" is fickle, maybe if I colored it, people seem to be distracted when things are colored, depending on your audience.

As always comments are more than welcome!


Gillian said...

this should have won >.<

Adam Gunn said...


Anonymous said...

Holy shit matt.. Good stuff.

smac said...

Go Matt go! so good man. Looks like something from a feature.

p.maestro said...

this looks so good, that i don't think it could've been better as a rhinocerous this time. good acting

Jenny said...

Bravo! Looks great..................... :-) I am waiting for the Caterpillar though!

nilendra said...

Dear Matt,

We are organizing a competitive animation short film festival in India in Feb- March 2010 and I would like to invite you to participate in the same.
SSAF is a competitive animation film festival inviting entries from Animation Short Film makers from all over the world. It is the first time that India will witness an animation festival on such a large scale. The festival will travel to 5 Indian cities before crossing over to International borders. The 1st SSAF is as much a competition as it is an Artists Collective as it is a unique opportunity to bring together Animation Filmmakers, Enthusiasts, and Audience and Business Community under one Roof. The first phase of the festival is slated to begin in February 2010. The Films will travel to over 40 locations in India and another 12 around the world. To know more about the festival please log on to - email me at - |

Entries close on 31st December 2009!

Have a great day!

Nilendra Pore
Program Coordinator
Silver Salt Animation Festival 2010
+91 9892165740
Mumbai, India

Anonymous said...

Hey Matt.. Don't beat yourself up for coming in 2!!!(*out of over 200)

Just think of a top ten finish as pretty darn good too man.

If i had any advice, the key poses on the words "power" and "jelly" were a little off i thought.

Otherwise, really good smooth piece. Congrats!

Meaghan Peer; said...

Hey Matt, thanks for commenting!
I would say the AM classes are worth it FOR ME.. I woulda never been able to learn 3D on my own.. Hopefully I'll end up good enough for some type of job in that field, and that's the point really ;)
I can vouch for the school's quality, so far my learning experience has been awesome.

Jason Barnes said...

stumbled across your tenacious D short tonight on youtube. love your stuff. you're incredibly talented. all of your characters have such a nice weight to them. where you working these days?