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Isabellearsenault - Blog

Isabellearsenault - Blog
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archival fine art giclee print semiabstract by gretchenmist the funkship DestinyBlue Q: “Why no new drawings Blue? :(” The thing about getting better after your world falls apart… is that things don’t come back in a predictable order; you get given bits and pieces at random, fragments of yourself here and there, you know it will all come together eventually, but you don’t get a say in whats dropped back when. I’ve got a lot back, thankfully. The drawing thing has been tricky though. It hasn’t come back fully yet. One thing I have got back is my organisational skills. One thing which has taken a lot more time than I ever anticipated, is recovery. The sketch above is something I did while watching the Olympics, never intended for anyone to see, but hey.

Seo Kim Comics kingofooo: promo by writer/storyboard artist Seo KimBun Bun premieres Thursday, May 5th at 7:45/6:45c on Cartoon Network 2 years agoMay 5, 2016 928 notes Reblog kingofooo: Don’t Look - title carddesigned by Seo Kimpainted by Joy Angpremieres Saturday, April 2nd at 7/6c on Cartoon Network The painting turned out so good. 2 years agoApril 4, 2016 2,894 notes Reblog Stickers are for sale! Please order by the 4th if you want them before the 14th! 2 years agoJanuary 25, 2016 135 notes Reblog I’m offering free shipping in my SHOP worldwide until tomorrow, Friday! 2 years agoDecember 10, 2015 99 notes Reblog I designed a sticker sheet. 2 years agoNovember 20, 2015 672 notes Reblog Parts 3 and 4 of the AT miniseries, STAKES, comes out tonight! 2 years agoNovember 17, 2015 1,275 notes Reblog Adventure Time ashlynanstee: it’s out of control edit: my friend Ashlyn made this! (Source: ashlynanstee) 3 years agoJune 11, 2015 5,326 notes Reblog Another new episode I worked on airs tonight (new ones all this week).

Amusing Ourselves to Death by Stuart McMillen - cartoon Recombin This webpage originally contained a comic adaptation of part of the foreword to Neil Postman's book Amusing Ourselves to Death. This comic was respectfully removed in March 2012 due to the wishes of the copyright holders of the text. Do yourself a favour and read Neil Postman's words in full. Purchase a copy of Amusing Ourselves to Death new/used (aff). Other links which may be of interest to readers who were pointed here: Back to post / website. Atelier Radar Jeudi 5 décembre 2013 4 05 /12 /Déc /2013 09:38 Bonjour ! L'atelier Radar ouvre ses portes le week end du 14/15 pour une vente spéciale noël! Des sérigraphies, petites et grandes, à accrocher, à porter, à offrir (entre 3 et 30 euros pour des tirages limités!) Des céramiques ,des dessins originaux ou non... Venez compléter vos achats de noël et/ou boire une thé/café avec nous entre 14h et 20h au18 rue Geoffroy Drouet, rue perpendiculaire à la rue du maréchal Joffre, tout près de l'église st Clément. Au plaisir de vous voir (Et n'hésitez pas à faire tourner l'information) l'équipe radar : Yoko, Yann et Julia

Borja Montoro Character Design Camille André cucatraca: Cómo escribir e ilustrar un cuento y no morir en el intento: la narrativa visual En un álbum ilustrado, la clave de que haya historias bien contadas o mal explicadas reside en su narrativa visual. Es la parte más importante pero también la más difícil. Para que funcione, debes trabajarla bien. El storyboard o guión gráfico hace referencia al proceso de planificación. Antes de abordar el storyboard, debemos recordar las partes de un álbum ilustrado: El formato más común es el de 32 páginas. De esas 32 páginas, 2 se destinan a la cubierta y contracubierta, 4 a las guardas (delanteras y traseras), 2 a los créditos y portadilla, y las 24 restantes, a la tripa. Empieza por un storyboard poco detallado. Dibuja 12 rectángulos o utiliza una plantilla como ésta y comienza a esbozar las composiciones de cada página. Usar esta plantilla es muy práctico porque puedes desarrollar el libro en una sola hoja, de manera que obtienes una visión de conjunto. Cuando hablamos de ritmo en un álbum ilustrado, nos referimos al ritmo de la narración. Si no es el caso, sigue probando.

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