25.07.12 by Jeff

Belly animation by Julia Pott

Belly animation by Julia Pott
So many fantastic bits in this film! Love the way Julia meshes all sorts of styles together, this is pure inspiration.

Watch “Belly” below!

juliapott.com













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • This is so good. I’ve been thinking about pursuing a degree in animation…this may have just sealed the deal.

    • ya, i have made a couple animations but this really inspires me to get back to making them – got so many ideas from this

  • TOASTRANDER

    this is so weird. but really incredible

    • love the way the world inside the whale is depicted

  • Waiting for this for some time – great film!

  • Lucas Miranda

    Pure inspiration indeed. This is nothing but a mesterpiece.

  • this is incredible 





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