The fifth and final animated capsule I did for Québec solidaire. I hope you liked!
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The fourth animation I did for Québec solidaire.
The third capsule I animated for Québec solidaire!
Here’s part two of the Québec solidaire election campaign I animated!
I animated this for Québec solidaire last winter, and now it’s just been put online. It’s an election campaign cartoon with a touch of humour. (I really enjoyed working on all of this!)
J’espère que ça vous plaît. <3
Burquette, episode 15! I inbetweened this one too, and did all the backgrounds and colour schemes as usual.
Alberte’s mother explains how she eventually grew tired of Alberte’s father, and was planning to make money and take Alberte with her then. But she had no luck finding a job at the time. “That’s how I ended here,” she says. She then adds that later she went back to court, but wasn’t allowed to take Alberte with her.
So Alberte’s mother explains how she and Alberte’s father met, while studying Social Sciences in university. They’d help each other with their thesis (she also adds that her thesis was about the structuralist approach of Hungarian feminists in the 19th century). Then she says that was just about when Alberte’s dad became obsessed about becoming an intellectual, that he’d always want to go further into Marxism, Existentialism, Feminism, and that his Erotism would suffer from that.
When Alberte was born, Alberte’s dad didn’t consult with her mom about how to name the baby. He named her in honour of Albert Camus.
Burquette, thirteenth episode! I did all backgrounds (except the 3D highway signs shot, although I did retouch the colours on it), all cars and I created and animated a couple of characters in the background. I like this episode.
So Alberte and Punkette hitchhike from Quebec City to Montreal. Once they get off the car, Punkette says “Have a good evening! Thanks for not assaulting us!” Then she turns to Alberte and says she’ll be going back home. Alberte is startled and asks why. Punkette replies “My mom allows me to run away, but not more than eight hours straight!” and she leaves.
Alberte then starts looking for her mother. When she finds her, her mother asks if Alberte is back from a trip to Afghanistan. She then realizes that it’s Alberte’s father’s plan again, and finally says: “As if I weren’t already feeling guilty enough.”
Burquette, episode 12! I did (again) all of the backgrounds and colour schemes. I especially had fun doing the night atmosphere for this series… you’ll see more of this later.
Alberte and her dad are watching a news report about female genital mutilation, saying that it is still frequent in some parts of Africa. Alberte runs in fear, her dad says “What? I didn’t say anything.”
Alberte shows up at Punkette’s place, who is super enthusiastic that Alberte is running away. She packs her things and says, “Mom! I’m running away!” to which Punkette’s mom replies, “Okay! Be careful my dear!”
They are hoping to hitchhike. Alberte asks why Punkette is running away too. Punkette says: “It’ll look good on my resumé!” Punkette asks Alberte why she’s still wearing her burqa. She replies that she didn’t have time to get prepped up and put make-up on.
Burquette, episode 11. As usual, backgrounds and colours are by me, but I also did some little animation corrections here and there.
Alberte and Kader head to Alberte’s home. She says it will never work, Kader is more enthusiastic about the idea. He greets her dad and says he has come to officially ask for Alberte’s hand, and that she will become his fourth wife. Alberte’s dad isn’t impressed at first, but then he says, “Aren’t you a bit young to get married?” to which Kader answers, “Here, yes, but that’s why we’re leaving for Saudi Arabia next week!” Alberte’s dad faints. Kader laughs and says, “Should we tell him it was all a joke?” Alberte replies, “Wait a moment, let me enjoy this.”