June 19, 2012

I have decided to shift things over to tumblr. Later losers.

Sea Whisperers 2

August 30, 2011

Update on this post.

sea whisperers progress

The entire animation has changed from the previously posted animatic, it’s now full of tentacles.

Ducky Yay 2 (The Rage)

July 11, 2011

This film is unofficially titled ‘ducky yay’. Don’t get your hopes up though, there are no ducks in it. Not even one.

The original idea behind this is that is would be viewed as an installation, using two projectors (one back lighting a screen, the other shining down on the people in the space).
Unfortunately they are yet to figure out a way of magically teleporting people through the internet so you’ll just have to watch it on YouTube.

It is loosely based on outings with my father when I was a child.
More of a mission than an afternoon walk, he would take us out into what seemed like the middle of nowhere.
Clearly his hours of trekking across the Kent countryside were all in vain as he never managed to lose either my sister or myself.

If you are really bored you can see some of the stills here.

This is my REAL graduate film.

May 29, 2011

Click for terror.

Bloody hell bees!

Everything is amazing.

May 26, 2011

Just look at these cakes.

Look at them!


May 21, 2011

The very best mud.

One of several bits that have been left out of my graduate film.

Calico Ban

May 4, 2011

More old work from my National Diploma. Stop motion based on the poem ‘Calico Pie’ by Lear, complete with terrifying reading by my mum.

Also being silly with the props.

Sea Whisperers

May 2, 2011

Sea Whisperers Animatic from Naomi Hemmings on Vimeo.

Unfinished animatic, for the Turner Contemporary’s Sea Whisperers project. Had to leave this unfinished so I could waste time on the internet work on my final major project.

Alex is his prawn name.

March 18, 2011

First year group film with Amer Nazri, Justine Cullen, and Matt Osborne. Based on childhood fears, we have no idea what is going on here.

krapp’s Last Banana.

January 29, 2011

Follow up to a previous post.

This is the final film from our group adaptation of Samuel Beckett’s “Krapp’s Last Tape”, the requirements of the brief were that it was to be a combination of both Flash and stop motion techniques. Anyway here it is