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Cummulus & Nimbus

Cummulus & Nimbus

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¿Cómo se ilustra un clásico? >> Storyboard Ilustraciones de Caperucita Roja de Adolfo Serra. Adolfo Serra tenía que ilustrar un cuento para el proyecto final de la escuela de arte. Y eligió Caperucita Roja. Por varias razones: 1) “Era un reto”. 2) “Un cuento clásico es la mejor tarjeta de presentación de tu trabajo”. 3) “Pensé: ‘Si soy capaz de aportar algo nuevo y enseñárselo a un editor, quizás consiga que se publique”. Y eso fue exactamente lo que que sucedió. En Narval Editores “se enamoraron” de sus dibujos y publicaron su visión personal del cuento.

¿ Cómo hacer una película animada ? - AlexKong.mx Te ha pasado que estás en el cine viendo una pelí animada con la boca abierta de par en par y súbitamente te preguntas… ¿¡Cómo chingaos se hace esooo!? Si es así y ahora estás aquí, probablemente estés contemplando dedicarte a la animación y te felicito por investigar el proceso de creación de una peli animada más a fondo. Aunque sé que te parecerá largo y complicado, te aseguro que si te apasiona y pones todo tu corazón en desarrollar las habilidades que se requieren, sin duda puedes dedicarte a ello y vivir de hacer pelis. ¡Muchos ya lo hacemos y cada día somos más!

Jean Jullien are you ready? Japan to stop whaling in Antartica: happy april fool's day? I did this hoarding for Byron's new restaurant in Shoreditch, London. thanks to Charlie Smith design (charliesmithdesign.com/) & Respect to Sir Mix-A-Lot. ICC in Crisis? - Motion Graphics Collective A short animation about the ICC (international criminal court). Produced for Gizmo Films by Marcus Plowright Motion Graphics by Patrick Clair All photographic materials sourced from creative commons. Marta Altes / Fun ways with pencil shavings Fun pencil shaving art by Marta Altes – love that expression by that flamenco dancer! Marta studied graphic design in Barcelona but moved to London to pursue her interest in illustration; and now she has a few children’s books under her belt! Via Gabriela

The Changing Shape of Cinema: The History of Aspect Ratio John Hess From FilmMakerIQ.com traces the evolution of the screen shape from the silent film days through the widescreen explosion of the 50s, to the aspect ratio of modern digital cameras. If you’ve ever wondered why and how the formats we use today came to be, this is something you’ll want to watch. The topic is too broad to summarize for those that would prefer to not watch his video but, there is one piece that definitely stuck out to me. At the end Hess closes with this: “It’s still only a shape. A canvas on which to draw your story. The canvas does matter.

Sugar Rush Colour Illustrations of Natsuki Otani Natsuki Otani, is a Tokyo-born illustrator currently working in England. We like the boldness in her colour choices, which create a rush of bright cheeriness on viewing them, and yet there is a more serious, thoughtful element to her work as well. Natsuki’s hope is that her illustrations can make people happy, even if for just a moment. I have a style that is best described in colour and realised in detailed design.

Illustration Ink on paper by Alex Konahin Alex Konahin is an illustrator from Riga, Latvia. His drawings are made with dip pen using india ink or other materials. SUPER - Series 1 is now available! Buy two and... SUPER - Series 1 is now available! Buy two and get a SUPER Ralphie for free. This item will only be available for 36 hours; ending at 11:59 PM on Tuesday Dec. 4th. RONLEWHORN New Contemporary Art Magazine

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