Member and illustrator Michael Driver has completed a new short film, Track, to develop his animation and illustration skills.

London-based illustrator Michael Driver has collaborated with animator Emma Ehrling once again to create a comical short film, named Track, featuring a series of anatomically incorrect characters.
 
Making use of spare time between commissions, the pair took the opportunity to develop both their skills in animation and illustration. 
 
The animation sees a number of unusual creatures competing in athletic events against a dynamic stadium backdrop, with audio of a supportive crowd cheering. From characters with multiple eyes to giants with bulbous hands and feet, the illustrations stray from Michael’s trademark style, but maintain his usual playful designs. 

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

Michael Driver and Emma Ehrling: Track

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