My name's Tan Kimber. Growing up in Thailand, I've always been driven by creative activities, from drawing, designing and clay...

Kaiju is a short animated film inspired by the Godzilla franchise that originated in Japan. The Animation is heavily influenced by Studio Trigger's Animation such as Promare and BNA. Therefore, we took the challenge of combing 2D and 3D style.

The Animation starts with two boys fighting over an action figure toy, which then breaks. Consumed by an intense atmosphere, the boys morph into Kaijus where they fight in a city created by their imagination. One of the Kaija has a feature of a crab design, while the other is by a Raccoon. As their wrath consumes them, they wreak buildings and objects lies in their path. During mid-fight, a large shadow twice their size appears. Back to reality, the shadow was their fuming mother. Disappointed, the mother points towards to messy room from the havoc the boys have created. The boys awkwardly look at each other in shame.

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Kaiju is a short animated film inspired by the Godzilla franchise that originated in Japan. The Animation is heavily influenced by Studio Trigger's Animation such as Promare and BNA. Therefore, we took the challenge of combing 2D and 3D style.

The Animation starts with two boys fighting over an action figure toy, which then breaks. Consumed by an intense atmosphere, the boys morph into Kaijus where they fight in a city created by their imagination. One of the Kaija has a feature of a crab design, while the other is by a Raccoon. As their wrath consumes them, they wreak buildings and objects lies in their path. During mid-fight, a large shadow twice their size appears. Back to reality, the shadow was their fuming mother. Disappointed, the mother points towards to messy room from the havoc the boys have created. The boys awkwardly look at each other in shame.

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