Dream Wife – Hey Heartbreaker
This music video uses a very 2d, flat style with. The flow of the animations soon builds up in pace fairly quickly, matching well with the music style. The repetition of some scenes in the animation – like the movement of the robots on the first half – isn’t off putting or boring, it works well in their favor as the movement goes in flow with the music. All the little details throughout the four minuet video, like all the posters and other wall details in the back, the numbers on the hand at 2:02, and the reflection on the persons sunglasses just before at 1:57.
The colour pallet it uses are very soft and easy on the eye. The visuals have a slight watercolour look to it (look into this Tallulah), it gives it a very handmade and real feel. Red is the harshest and brightest colour standing out strongly in all of the video, its used in the title, the laser grid, some clothes and accessories, etc. The sudden colour change starting at 2:32 to express the violence and aggression really breaks the music video up from being too repetitive – in the sense of being stuck with the same mood the bar part gives. Red represents violence, power, and danger, fitting beautifully with the story that is told and creating a mood that matches the music.
Other than the soft art style of the music video, i love the causal futuristic elements implanted in the animation – like the robots, the hover cars, the laser cage. the Casual Futurism is something that has always been apart of my plan with ‘Birds’, and seeing something with similar visuals is helpful and interesting to find.
Like the red in this animation, a colour that runs strongly though my story is the colour green – a colour that will represent a variety of aspects in the storytelling in my animation as red is in Hey Heart breaker.
Overall, the animations and music work together perfectly, creating a story with great visuals that expresses it gorgeously.
Miso – Take Me
The movement of the whole animations is very fluid and smooth, like liquid or smoke. There is constant movement within it, traveling through varies settings and scenes that tell individual small stories. A story shown running through the music video seems to link all with searching, with a feeling that something is missing prevalent through the expressions of the female. The music balances with this video smoothly, as the singers voice is light and smooth with sharp instrumentals, the animation
The surrealism the video expresses creates this strange, unreal mood. The constant (*) of faces fairly unsettling but intriguing.
Soft pinks and reds are used throughout all of the animation,
The fall at 2:23 is something that stood out to me, movement wise. Its very fluid and well put together, the movement of the hair is captivating and gives
Shows, TV, and Film:
Bee and Puppycat
(story synopsis and stuff)
Each character in Bee and PuppyCat are all unique and well fleshed out, everyone’s personalities and qualities clear and bright no matter how little screen time they have.
Each episode of Bee and Puppycat is roughly around 5 to 6 minuets long, but pack a lot of adorable comedy and beautiful art.
The art style of the series is far from realism, it uses a cute cartoon style with lots of exaggerated emotions and expression.
magical girl elements.
block, bright but not harsh colours.
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