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Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Night Light (Qing Han)

Posted by Charley Parker at 8:10 pm

Night Light, Qing Han
Night Light is a delightful and beautifully realized short animation (1 minute) by Qing Han, done as a fourth year project as an animation student at Sheridan College in Ontario.

It follows a young girl whose painted fish immediately come to life.

You can see more of Han’s visual development work on her website, and her animation work on the Sheridan College site.

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