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Oxygen

Christopher Hendryx has finishied work on his two minute animated short ‘Oxygen‘, which he has been creating for the Computer Animation program at the Ringling College of Art & Design.

He described  his work as “an exploration into new methods of visualizing the unique interactions between Oxygen and his other elementary kin.” Christopher tells the story of little Oxygen trying to make friends at Element-ary school. It’s a great piece of storytelling, taking a dry and otherwise uninteresting subject and turning it into a funny and engaging narrative.

The animation is filled with little details (my favorite are the little electrons floating outside the characters), and the subtle sound design really gives the feeling of being back to school.

Oxygen from Christopher Hendryx on Vimeo.

Who knew Oxygen could be such an outcast?

For more info visit:www.particleart.com

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  • I'm a science teacher, thanks for something this imaginative. Combining some real computational chemistry with this kind of animation would give students some clever ways of learning about atomic interactions. Gorgeous work!

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  • Haahaahah, Very funny animation. LOL

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