Art & Graft takes us on a breathtaking animated walk

Date
21 April 2015
Reading Time
1 minute read

I sometimes feel like animators have things pretty tough. There they are, working slavishly away until the wee hours of the morning making still imagery appear to move naturally and by the end of the day what do they have to show for it? About five seconds worth of footage. Gruelling stuff!

I feel yet more sympathy when they’re tasked with creating something that apes the natural world. Take Art & Graft’s latest short The Walk for example; it’s one-and-a-half minutes of meticulously crafted movement that aims to capture the vast natural beauty of the Lake District all within the dimensions of your computer screen. Does it succeed? Spectacularly so, but the man-hours (not to mention raw talent) ploughed into this project can’t be underestimated. These guys are dauntingly committed to their work.

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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Art & Graft: The Walk (still)

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James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.

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