14.01.14 by Jeff

“Eager” Animation by Allison Schulnik

EAGER-Allison-Schulnik

This is cinematic perfection, it’s truly one of the finest pieces of animation I’ve seen. I’ve praised Allison Schulnik’s animations in the past (here and here) but I think this film is her strongest work to date. It is absolutely gorgeous, and also terrifying, and I guess that’s sort of how I feel about all of her work.

Watch the Allison Schulnik’s animation “Eager” below!


Turn up the volume, turn off the lights and make full screen (if your computer can handle it, it’s worth it).

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



  • Ambera Wellmann

    It’s absolutely stunning, as always. Thanks for sharing!

  • Sarah Wharton

    Wow, always bowled over by Schulnik’s work- I’d love to see her try a children’s story.

    • i thought this was a children’s story

      • Sarah Wharton

        Maybe it is! Part of me wants to see her recreate Red Riding Hood or something really classic. Mainly to see how she attacks the wolf devouring the grandmother.

  • royalsteven .

    Very nice, I also love the dramatic music :)

  • I want to slow it down and take in all the details ! so many faces moulding and merging! ahhhh its great to see plasticine being manipulated like this!

  • Megan McGuinness

    I liked how she brought in clips of the real flowers. Its neat to see what her imagination is influenced by. Made my heart skip.

  • Karen Victoria

    really cool stuff





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