Some sneak peeks of Luz’s and my thesis film, Moonstruck. I can’t believe the year is over but it’s been so much fun and we’re both so happy with how our film turned out!
Animation by Luz Batista
Backgrounds and production design by Sarah Sloyer
Original music by Amie Doherty
Additional effects animation by Lissi Leuterio
I’ve been learning digital inking.
And watching a lot of cartoons.
"Did you have to dye my hair?"
You know what upsets me?
*stares down at incorrect grammar straight into the eye*
I can’t believe a woman and her son would purposefully ruin the husband/father’s life all the way down to a hospital condition.
It angers and depresses me to be sitting here, to know what’s going on, to know what they have done to a friend we have known, supported and loved more than his own…
It is saddening that these type of things happen to people. But just because it’s an uncomfortable topic to talk about doesn’t mean it should be ignored. Don’t let yourself be pent up with this anger or depression. It’s good to find a way to release these emotions. And if you’re ever in need of someone to talk to, we’re here to help.
Brazilian illustrator Gabriel Picolo is just over 100 days into an awesome art project called 365-DaysofDoodles. It’s exactly what it sounds like - Picolo is drawing something new in one of his Moleskine sketchbooks every day for a year. However these are some of the finest “doodles” we’ve ever seen.
Each drawing is unique and often inspired by some sort of pop culture source, featuring his own version of characters from anime, tv, movies and fine art.
Click here to view all of the daily doodles that Picolo has created thus far and then be sure to check back to watch him update the project.
[via Design Taxi]