Tuesday, May 4, 2010

KFP Secrets of the Furious five


Untitled from sandro lucio on Vimeo.

These three scenes are from Kung Fu Panda's Secrets of the Furious Five.   I animated a lot of shots in this show and was nominated for an Annie for my animation in it.   It was a lot of fun to work on it and Dreamworks was wonderful to work for.
I am currently working on a few new hand drawn shorts in the same style, this time for How to Train your Dragon, that you will really enjoy.

16 comments:

  1. oh wow! that was amazing to watch. thanks so much for fixing the video embed

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  2. whoa... so amazing. Awesome stuff, and wonderful to hear there will be more to come.

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  3. Love it! I like when she lands and blinks and her "chest" settles. Nice touches.

    I enjoyed the 2D Furious Five DVD. Looking forward to the 2D Dragon stuff!

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  4. The Best. Thanks for posting

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  5. Oh I've seen this one.
    Gorgeous work! :D

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  6. That was GREAT! Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Hey Neal,

    There must be a misunderstanding. I am not doing Owl because I am not even at Disney anymore.
    The Owl character has been done by the great Dale Baer. I have no idea where you got the info about me doing the owl.

    I do not know much about the characters that will be brought back. What I know is that Andreas Deja is doing Tigger, Dale is doing the Owl, Eric Goldberg is doing Rabbit, Bruce Smith is doing Piglet, Kanga and Roo and Mark Henn is doing Pooh.

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  10. Tive que baixar esse vídeo para assistir quadro-a-quadro haha
    Muito legal a animação =D

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  11. Awesome to see this in line. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Dude! You remain an animation god and my hero :D Awesome stuff!

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  13. I love seeing these pencil tests.

    It's so great that Dreamworks is doing these hand-drawn shorts as *EXTRA* material for the DVD's , but I just wish Jeffery would see his way clear to putting anotehr hand-drawn feature into production.

    Probably wont' happen, but I can still hope...

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