International Awards for Animation

Updated: Jul 18, 2021



Walt Disney animation had always interested me. When I was 9 years old, I self taught animation from several YouTube tutorials. My very first animation videos are pretty simple ones - you know the bouncy balls or moving objects. Then I moved on to more complex frames. I am very passionate about 2D animation and visual story. I would love to share this skills with all my peers. May be you'll get interested in Animating the next Disney movie!!


Animation is like a film making process. You build your storyboard, you write your script, then you use your Digital art and Graphic Art to build your story frame by frame. As you build your Graphic Design skills you become better and faster.


My most recent animation have received 3 International awards for Digital World Animation. This video has 500 views in YouTube. If you haven't checked - check it out. https://youtu.be/LcgeRx_3OrQ


I also received KIDS FIRST! Film Festival!!

A great festival focused on children, where they seek to reach them with messages of value. In this festival he received very good criticism from the jury, calling your project a 5/5, emphasizing visual quality, message and calling it compelling https://www.kidsfirst.org/detail/221108.html


This is what they had to say-

Digital World is extremely compelling. It tells an interesting and incredible story with characters that carefully carry the theme. The animation is minimal and that only contributes to the story.

The story is about a person trying to find human connection in a screen-caught world.


I like the storyline. It is told well and extremely intriguing. The 2D animation features black and white line drawings that are animated. One thing that is cleverly executed is how the animator shows that someone is on their screen by depicting a moving block of blue over their eyes. One song plays throughout the film, "Mad World," by Tears for Fears. I like this song, because it fits the theme of the film really well.


The main character tries to make human connection. This is a non-narrative film with music helping drive the action. The music is well-selected and definitely sets the mood and pace of the film.


The message of this film is that human connection is important, more so than the screens we use. My favorite part is the scene where the main character walks into a library and finds everyone using a screen. This really drives the message home.


I give Digital World 5 out of 5 stars and recommend it for ages 8 to 18, plus adults. Reviewed by Sandrine A. and Julie S., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic and KIDS FIRST! Juror.


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