japannaise: YES! hahah! This is amazing - I’m Luke (0:09)! Kirsten and I shot this at Fort McHenry about 2 months ago and I’m so, so, so, excited to see that they used most of our clip for the beginning of the preview. We did the dual sunset (0:15) too! Although it looks like they cut me out of the next scene and used some other guy. Most likely for comic relief and because he’s a far...
DRAGON 2.0 is AWESOME!
omgggg….Just upgraded to 2.0 and it is now THE PERFECT stop-motion program! They finally have timeline editing support!!!! Yeayaaa!
Aimee Goguen's drawings →
Sooo inspiring!!! And she’s a recent CalArts grad!
Also a fantastic one! A Jim Henson film pre-muppets! Brilliant!
Today, someone from Argentina asked me if I was the mom of Sweet Dreams.
This looks pretty cool. Wanted to spread the word. http://designing-obama.com/
"Basic Animation Aesthetics," an essay by David... →
A wonderful and thought-provoking essay by animator David O’Reilly. Here are some excerpts — however I recommend reading the whole thing. “…The importance of animation aesthetics is such a subtle yet vitally important one. It might seem superficial to discuss these things, especially because cinema is so much more to do with content and story than a pure aesthetic...
Yup, this is what it looks like outside. PLEASE RAIN!!!! keithschofield: wow I was wondering what a time lapse of this would look like. There it is. rubenfm: Driving back from surfing in Ventura and from the 101 I could see the hills of northern Los Angeles ablaze. It’s sad and a little scary, but very apocalyptically beautiful. This time lapse gives some idea of how significant these...