A few great storyboarding videos...
Here's a short and interesting article about Walt Disney and a fascination with death that influenced his storytelling....
I dare say, Michael B Jordan will make it out of Fantastic Four intact.
If you grew up watching Looney Tunes, then you know Chuck Jones, one of all-time masters of visual comedy. Normally I would talk about his ingenious framing and timing, but not today. Instead, I’d like to explore the evolution of his sensibilities as an artist. To see the names of the films, press the CC button and select “Movie Titles.” This video also had a wonderful animation consultant: Taylor Ramos (http://taylorkramos.tumblr.com/) For educational purposes only. You can donate to support the channel at Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/everyframeapainting And follow me here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tonyszhou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/everyframeapainting Music: Raymond Scott - “Powerhouse," "Minuet in Jazz,” “Twilight in Turkey,” “The Toy Trumpet" Carl Stalling - "Scentimental Romeo," "Guided Muscle,” "Feline Frame-Up,” “Rabbit Seasoning," “Duck! Rabbit, Duck!” Milt Franklyn - “One Froggy Evening,” "Robin Hood Daffy,” “What’s Opera, Doc?" Interview Clips (from Looney Tunes Platinum Collection Vol 1): Chuck Jones Interview: EmmyTVLegends.org (http://bit.ly/1J2ZXuW) Chuck Jones: Extremes & In-Betweens (http://bit.ly/1SpUb7i) A Chuck Jones Tutorial: Tricks of the Cartoon Trade (http://bit.ly/1HxxRG5) It Hopped One Night: A Look at “One Froggy Evening” (http://bit.ly/1RC3plV) Recommended Reading: 9 Rules of the Coyote and the Road Runner (http://bit.ly/1LdfN8d) Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist (http://amzn.com/0374526206) The Noble Approach: Maurice Noble and the Zen of Animation Design (http://amzn.com/1452102945)
Charlie Parr performs "Cheap Wine" at Terrapin Station in Nevis Minnesota. September 14th, 2012. As Arsen said,
"music is cray
like i know its dumb to compare art forms
but like god damn
there is no movie, photo, painting, or anything else that can have even 1/2 the effect of a song like this"
Congrats to all the amazing previs artists on the Cavalry Team that helped plan the action scenes in the culmination of this series. We know the best is yet to be seen!
Accompanied by an exclusive introduction from the director Roger Christian, the incredible fantasy short returns. It was first released in certain cinemas ahead of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back in 1980. Lost for 35 years, it has been found and restored to its former glory.
I don't know if its nostalgia or something else but two years later and I just can't stop watching this...
and now we eat chicken.
Phil Lord talks Lego Movie, Flash, Spider-man, 23 Jump Street, and more.
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