Character animator Ting Chian Tey’s new short, Bridge, tells the story of how to overcome some of life’s many obstacles
Bridge is a story about four animal characters trying to cross a bridge, but end up as obstacles to each another in the process.
The moral behind the story focuses on disagreements or competing paths in life, and the possible results of pride, obstinance, and compromise.
Master of Fine Arts student, Ting Chian Tey, completed the film during her final year at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco.
Having completed her studies and recently graduated, Tey’s short has been accepted into various animation festivals around the world. These include the SIGGRAPH, KLIK Amsterdam and Small World animation festivals.
Bridge also won 1st prize in the Academy of Art University Spring show 2010 in the category of 3D animated short film.
Since graduating, Tey has worked for Sony on their upcoming project ‘Arthur Christmas’ and is currently spending time developing new work for her showreel.
To see Ting’s other works or for more information, visit her website.
Check out this ‘making of’ Bridge video below.
on Wednesday, August 17th, 2011 at 9:30 am under Shorts, Showcase.
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