Again, on Friday as the end of the workweek, Animacam presents five new animation releases, so we will have the opportunity to enjoy and have some fun at the weekend. This week's featured a mixture of animation techniques, the different lines of argument followed by the creators, the peculiarities and special animations from different countries and highlight the participation of a Latin commercial from more than 25 years ago and a new animation by PDA (Little Cartoon Doodles) created by a group of Spanish children from Soria.
Johannes Nyholm took part again in Animacam, after introducing his work Dreams of the Woods, a puppet theater, presents The Little Tale of the Puppetboy, a story in plasticine, focused on Puppetboy upset by waiting for a visit. Ayar Blasco from Argentina returns with 14 guns Chimiboga danceable, small comic tales made in flash. Also in Latin America, comes a new commercial by Joaquin Carrasquilla, where a clay animated King Kong presents a fresh drink. This animation date of 1984 and comes from Panama.
Alex Budovskiy releases in Animacam Bathtime in Clerkenwell, a story in flash, which brings us the Great Revolution of the British cuckoo birds, tired of following orders slackers decide to take London. And finally, comes a new animation from PDA (Little Cartoon Doodles) created by 12 children between 9 and 12 years from Soria titled El reloj de la audiencia da la una: a documentary on the history of the clock that presides over the square most of the city of Soria.