Chapter 1 - On Arrival (1/6)
"Awe Man, the van took my spot!!"
Brett is a 20-year old 3D Artist creating powerful, visceral, often trippy, animation work that immerses the audience into his world.
"On Arrival" is the first episode of a 6 part series.
Chapter 1 - Somerton Man (1/6)
Description: In the summer 1948, a well-dressed man was discovered dead on the beach at Somerton Park. No injuries, no identification, and every label removed from his clothing. There was no one missing who fit his description. A dead man with no name. He simply became 'Somerton Man.'
Based on a true story… as true as it can be.
Written by Lion Young & Tim Fry
Music by Josh Moult, Tim Fry & Lion Young
Voice artist - Jonathan Pollock
Chapter 1 - The Life Of Takayuki (6 Unique Animated Scenes)
Description: In search of his true path, the meaning of life and the thirst for adventure, young Takayuki decided to leave his home and go to distant and unexplored lands. He has accepted the challenge of fate and boldly treads the path of life, ready to face all the difficulties that will meet him.
Each new obstacle becomes a great challenge for him, and he is ready to throw himself into it with his head, despite the difficulties and dangers. He understands that every victory brings him a lesson that makes him wiser and stronger.
He is well aware that the path can be long and incredibly difficult, but he is ready for it. Clearly and clearly.
So, step by step, he is getting closer to his true goal.
Story/Animation by Subwway
Chapter 1 - Pepe Through Time (1/6)
"Stumbling Onto The Rock"
by Camo B Art
Camo B Art is an Artist, specializing in digital 3D Characters and environments. BA degree in film arts; screenwriting and 3D animation.
Note from Reggie: I really wanted a Pepe animator, and was thrilled when Camo agreed! He is likely the least known artist of The Sundays animtors, but I love his animations, am a proud collector of his work, and I think he's going to surprise & delight all of you!
Chapter 1 - Falling Man (1/6)
Ryan is a comedian/animator/filmmaker. His work often depicts nostalgic scenes in his unique style, but Ryan also explores the zanier side with his goober series, as well as horror and suspense.