Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Animation: A Minstrel Remembers



The student, lost within pages of secular scripture, builds small paper boats and sails to America in them. He is met by smiling terrorist armadillos who shower him with gifts of nitroglycerin and nails. Wounded but unbeaten, he soon realizes that he has but simply fallen asleep at the library again, and doodles this absurd kinematographic picture unto a napkin.

Sunday, 17 April 2011

A trailer for the peoples of this planet

Here is a short trailer I made for my YouTube channel, advertising Spoon River Rejects.


Furthermore, school work and family time require a temporary delay in animation making.
If anything else of a creative nature pops up in my brain or on my desk, I shall share it here, as always. In the meantime, enjoy and share this humble trailer, as well all the other short insane animations I have been making lately. Might become a series of some kind.
Series title suggestions are welcome!
Peace and accelerated heartbeat rates,

TF

Sunday, 10 April 2011

Animation: Day 456

Day 456 from Thomas Fummo on Vimeo.

The crazed and chaotically nauseous animator stumbled through a forest, collecting two-thousand fields worth of flower pollen up his nostrils. The following sneezing fit awoke an underground magma-whale, which proceeded to angrily bash the young fool over the head repeatedly with a cello. Before fainting, the nutted student animator produced this chilling tale of life in deep space.

Saturday, 9 April 2011

Spoon River Rejects wins an award

I'm seriously very excited.

I am at this very moment, watching the live stream of the NaSTA student tv awards and as of five minutes ago, have learned that my animation for SUSU.tv 'Spoon River Rejects' got a 'Highly Commended' Award!

I feel fantastic, and so should Celia... and maybe even SUSU.tv.
But mostly me and Celia :P

I go to sleep a very happy chappy.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

Animation: The Tortoise and the Spaniard

The Tortoise and the Spaniard from Thomas Fummo on Vimeo.


One time, when walking through a park, the struggling and almost completely mentally deranged student cartoonist stumbled upon the fossilized remains of an early ancestor of the common flea, two cans of cola and an infinitely long piece of string. After pressing 'blend', he drank the mixture and vomited up this short film about the dangers of not keeping your pets on a leash.