The next 2 Flash Animation Clips were created for a Vitamin Water Zero ad. I used puppet style animation, which was set up in such a way, so that the ads were an interactive online game experience.

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Flash Animation from Robert Bandel on Vimeo.

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Flash Animation from Robert Bandel on Vimeo.

ELLE- A SHORT AND SIMPLE FLASH STORY

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Umizoomi Storyboard Animatics


Animatics created in Flash for "Umizoomi", a Nick Jr. math preschool show.
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AFTER EFFECTS Test Animation


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Rough Animation

Messing around with the 30 day trial of Toon Boom. Maybe I'll clean it up someday. Probably not though. On to the next project.






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"FRIDAY" The Animated Series (STORYBOARDS)

These next few video postings are storyboard segments created for the MTV animated show "FRIDAY" in 2006. Various episodes have been shown only a few times and at odd unexpected time slots. I'm really not sure why or what happened. Nonetheless It was a funny and exciting show to work on. Director Kevin Lofton had the storyboard team present the boards as animatics which were done in Flash. Allowing us to import audio as well as create camera moves, editing choices. and limited animation.

Disclaimer:
Flash is extremely buggy and has serious problems when exporting to a Quicktime movie. It affects both video and audio. Resulting in ghost images and misplaced frames. And most annoying is that the audio at times starts to slip and no longer matches the action. But till I can find a better way to present these clips- these slightly messed up ones will have to do.

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Rough Walk Cycle


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Word World Animation's

2d animation created in Flash. Click on the image to activate animation. It seems to play back a bit slower than the original file, but what can you do, nothing's perfect.

SHORT BUT SWEET

This is an old one. Flash animation from 2004. We had decided to make an animation flip book as favors for our wedding reception. The animation was done in Flash, exported to photoshop, printed out, and cut by hand. Hence the numbers on the left to make sure everything was in proper order in the end.It took many man and woman hours, and friends and family kindly donated evenings to our cause. In the end they came out really nice but it's probably something I will not attempt to ever repeat again. Life is just too short!