Tiny Story

February 12, 2012 - By 

Simple and clever animation by Sebas & Clim.

Posted In:  Inspiration
  • cool
    best things are simple – or look simple
    Great Site! Always worth visiting. Thanks

  • simple as clever
    less is more
    the mind is working

  • How different, thanks for sharing.

  • Awesome. I really dug the non-standard size. That got my attention right away. Nice use of the full canvas. It’s easy to get sucked into the “gotta have 16:9”. And of course, the whole thing was well-executed. The simple shapes were definitely the reason the storytelling worked so well.

  • This is awesome! I loveit!

  • I really like it, it’s beautiful…

  • So nice!

  • Very nice!
    Excellent esthetic!

  • If it’s not 3d, i can’t figure out how the shadows are made….

  • very clever

  • great work though I canΒ΄t see the whole frame on m 13″ Mbk πŸ˜‰

  • sooo i guess i should go to apple store and buy an iPad to watch this video πŸ™‚
    amazing work!

  • Hmm, I wonder how he did the animation at 0:14
    if he used expressions or not, but very nice work πŸ™‚

  • very interesting article, i’ve always wanted to write my own blog but i don’t have much time,
    regards from st

  • Nick (also, Sebas and Clim)

    I absolutely love this keyframing/mask animation work. I would LOVE to learn how to do this even in the most basic way. I have tried a number of things, but I can’t seem to get my work to look anything close to a smooth looking transitive animation of 1 object becoming another, like these do (in a muuuuuch more complex way). I’ve looked at the Sebas & Clim site and you guys have such beautiful typography on things like ‘Pull and Bear’ – I would imagine there’s a specific workflow when moving from something that’s laid out in what I would imagine is Illustrator, to be able to animate in this way in AE.

    Do you guys know of resources to learn this style of animation (or are you keeping it a secret so the masses don’t start reproducing it?).

    Any help/info that you guys have would be awesome. Keep making great work!



  • Wow it’s so peace full if i may ask how long did the render took?

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