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By August 1, 2022Medical Animation

Examples of Ghost Animation

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Ghost animation is a genre that has been around for years, but it isn’t really a new one. It’s been around for a few different reasons, including the fact that it can be incredibly fun to watch. There are many different styles of ghost animation, and you can find something for everyone. Here are some examples. One of the more popular is spoofs, but there are also other styles, too. It just depends on what you’re looking for.

City Of Ghosts

In the first six episodes of the Netflix animated series City of Ghosts, a young girl and her ragtag group of friends investigate mysterious ghost sightings around Los Angeles. The series is based on real-life superstitions and reflects on personal identity through the lens of history. For instance, in the first episode, the group considers the history of the neighborhood Boyle Heights, which was home to Japanese Americans for decades before becoming predominantly Latino and fighting gentrification.

The characters are created in a soft cylindrical 3D animation style, which is also represented in the 2D format. The world is colorful and has an aesthetic reminiscent of a pop-up book. The characters are all different, including Zelda’s big brother Jordan, who makes an amateur documentary about his adventures. The animated wood blocks tell ghost stories through a mix of horror, comedy, and humour. Aside from this, the series tackles themes of racial discrimination, historical erasure, and cultural appropriation.

Watchmaker: At Time’s End

Despite its low-budget nature, the zany angularity and wry humor of “Watchmakers at Time’s End” project the sheer joy of animation. The characters brim with tension, and the airbrushed shadows play against the clean digital animation. The audio work shines as well, with playful sound effects and a narrator who enjoys the whimsy of the project.

A 2D animation short film, Watchmaker at Time’s End is set in a town in Kerala where time is relative. The film centers on a watchmaker struggling to create a perfect watch, and the conflicting emotions he experiences when making his products. It’s a moving look at human concerns set against the end of the world. The film is directed by Shaheen Sheriff, who created the short film himself.

Carnival Of The Animals

An independent animation studio in Kolkata is constantly pushing the boundaries of visual storytelling. Their latest project, “A Carnival of the Animals,” features a four-part animation series that accompanies an orchestral score. The film depicts four folktales from around the world, harkening back to the age of Rudyard Kipling’s “Just So Stories.” Below, the team discusses the challenges of animating for modern audiences and their vision for the future of animation.

Saint-Saens’ score is one of his most famous works and is composed of four short movements. The film’s music has become a classic, with many imitators since Saint-Saens banned its performance and publication until after his death. In fact, it wasn’t performed until a year after Saint-Saens’ death, when the film was finally released. However, that doesn’t mean that the film can’t be considered a masterpiece.


“Wade” is an Indian 2D animated short film, directed by Upamanyu Bhattacharyya and written by Kalp Sanghvi. The film follows a group of climate change refugees in the city of Kolkata. In the film, the characters encounter ghosts, and their world changes. The resulting chaos causes the characters to lose their memories. This moving film is a must-see for anyone who’s ever wondered about the meaning of life.

The film’s production has received many awards, including the City of Annecy Award at the Annecy 2020 festival. Other awards include Best Art Direction at the Animayo Las Palmas festival, and the Audience Award at the Brooklyn Film festival. It also won the ‘Best Animated Short’ award at the New York Film Festival. The film was screened at many international festivals, and has won multiple awards. Wade’s Watchmaker at Time’s End also won the Best Foreign Comedy Award at the San Francisco Indie Shorts festival.

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