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GG Animator Spent Lockdown Creating Sensational Short Video

Andrew Finley creates sensational CG animation during quarantine.

Credit: Finley CG Vertigo

Whilst many of us spent quarantine binging series’ from decades gone, CG animator Andrew Finley put us to shame by creating an animation. 

The clip, titled Vertigo, is only 37 seconds long and contains no dialogue but it packs a punch. You can tell from the graphics that Finley is a skilled animator.

With an impressive backing track and crystal clear graphics it’s incredible that it’s taken only 4 months to complete. 

Paired with incredible graphics is a great song as a backing track. Paul Revere and The Raiders’ Good Thing is a perfect accompaniment. The songs add a coolness and slight tension that wouldn’t be out of place in a Marvel film. 

Finley says that the project was to feel as part of a larger film or game. He also said that this project was a form of therapy for him. Beneficial for him and beneficial for us because we get to witness this incredible clip.

Whilst we all wait in anticipation of future clips, or hopefully a continuation of Vertigo, I’ve no doubt Finley will be hearing word from Marvel any day now. 

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