Physical Animations

Emilie began teaching herself how to animate in early 2021. She enjoys physical stop-motion animation mostly because of the process. The tactility of drawing, scanning and editing the frames one by one seems to capture the human touch by nature of this method; where inclusion of charming imperfections that cannot be created by a somewhat clinical digitally created animation. 

However, that is not to say that digital animations can't be just as wonderful, they just do not have that same je ne sais quoi.

Emilie is curently experimenting with projecting her animations onto her canvas paintings, as well as modelling her characters to be able to perform walk cycles and other ambitious actions/scenes.


Melting Bandits, looped physical animation created using marker pens and ink on paper. 

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Horror Show Dub, looped animation for Soul Mass Transit System, hand-drawn and inspired by 'The Simpsons.' 

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Untitled, looped physical animation created from an ink painting. 

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Cyanide Apple, looped digital animation experiment. 

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Bambi holding sad meal in a wormhole, looped physical animation experiment drawn using a fountain pen. 

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Crime Goofy, looped animation experiment,  physical drawing animated digitally in post.  

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Basset Hound Sweet Packet, looped digital animation experiment, created using Procreate.  

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Oddsocks for Oranj, looped animation experiment for Oranj wine. Physical drawing animated digitally in post.  

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BBRRING RRING, Destiny's Calling, looped animation experiment using physical artwork composed in a digital collage and animated in post. 

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Untitled, looped animation experiment using physical artwork and found image composed in a digital collage and animated in post. 

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Wormhole, looped animation experiment created using Procreate.