2007 Holiday Card Round-up

The holiday season typically sees a flood of great holiday animations, and this year is no different. Here’s a pile of shorts and even one interactive piece…

Perhaps the most unique one is from Angel De Franganillo at antiheroe.com. It’s a Santa operation kit – slide his clothes off, drop the scalpel on his chest and start removing parts. Hey! I didn’t make it – don’t shoot the messenger elf.

The gang at Mukpuddy gave Santa a few drinks before animating this card…

Peter Slattery’s holiday card needs a preface – his clan takes part in a holiday challenge each year, and for the 2007 holiday season they had to make a commercial for mince meat. Joseph Troy, an animator at 9story Entertainment in Toronto, Canada, created this one: And here’s a link to Joe Corrao’s card, and one from Pileated Pictures.


  1. Anonymous December 24, 2007

    Great cards. Merry Christmas!


  2. Prophet Buddy December 24, 2007

    The Buddies say Happy Holidays to CHF! We have a silly Holiday strip up today!

  3. TempleDog December 24, 2007

    Ha! Blew that kid clean outta his space-boots…good on ya, Frosty! Cheers to everyone for the Christmas goodness!

  4. Happy Holidays everyone!!!
    Thank you very much for posting my card. If you care you can check out my Xmas card from the last year:

  5. Merry Christmas Flash buddies!! Thanks for posting our clip Aaron, hope all is well in CHF-land!!

  6. Peter Slattery January 3, 2008

    Many thanks for posting my little ad! It was a pleasant surprise over the Christmas holidays! Happy New Year to you all!

  7. antiheroe January 13, 2008

    thanks for the nice words, and post the e-card, best regards from Barcelona!.

  8. Steve Boeckler November 17, 2008

    Right on Joe.

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