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sosuperawesome: Marina Muun, on Tumblr (Source: sosuperawesome, via taffymag)

January 22, 2013

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Marina Muun, on Tumblr

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Been geeking out on Anthony Holden, animator and story artist up a Laika. He draws it all: sexy ladies, adorable animals, cute kids, crazy animals. What can’t this guy do? Well, you may be asking yourself that very question so here’s a handy list of things Anthony Holden probably can’t do: climb a 12-story building, find the crystal skull, converse with cats, find and destroy all seven horcruxes, outrun a zebra. Probably.

January 22, 2013

Been geeking out on Anthony Holden, animator and story artist up a Laika. He draws it all: sexy ladies, adorable animals, cute kids, crazy animals. What can’t this guy do? Well, you may be asking yourself that very question so here’s a handy list of things Anthony Holden probably can’t do: climb a 12-story building, find the crystal skull, converse with cats, find and destroy all seven horcruxes, outrun a zebra. Probably.

It’s officially been over a year since Pizza Island announced to the world at large that, after two years together, the lovely ladies who made up the work collective were going their separate ways. So I present a little collection of my favorites from their work in the last non-Pizza Island year. It’s a little mind blowing to think that such a crazy-talented group of folks - Kate Beaton, Lisa Hanawalt, Julia Wertz, Meredith Gran, Domitille Collardey, and Sarah Glidden - were ever housed under the same roof but, alas, all good things must come to the end. I suspect it was probably some sort of epic blow out to do with chocolate pudding. Or 80s sweaters. Or maybe they just feared the 2012 Mayan Apocalypse and now that nonsense is all over they’ll get back together like some sort of Tupac hologram reunion special. Either way, while I’m sad we’ve had a whole year without them, I’m glad that like a retired Batman we’ll know there out there. Protecting the city. 

January 18, 2013

It’s officially been over a year since Pizza Island announced to the world at large that, after two years together, the lovely ladies who made up the work collective were going their separate ways. So I present a little collection of my favorites from their work in the last non-Pizza Island year. It’s a little mind blowing to think that such a crazy-talented group of folks - Kate Beaton, Lisa Hanawalt, Julia Wertz, Meredith Gran, Domitille Collardey, and Sarah Glidden - were ever housed under the same roof but, alas, all good things must come to the end. I suspect it was probably some sort of epic blow out to do with chocolate pudding. Or 80s sweaters. Or maybe they just feared the 2012 Mayan Apocalypse and now that nonsense is all over they’ll get back together like some sort of Tupac hologram reunion special. Either way, while I’m sad we’ve had a whole year without them, I’m glad that like a retired Batman we’ll know there out there. Protecting the city. 

January 17, 2013

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Hanna K Nystrom is so crazy good ya’ll. Though she is also equal parts mysterious: it appears that the super talented animator, illustrator, and Marceline-Bubblegum shipper is based somewhere in Sweden. But where? And when? These things remain a mystery. For the time being enjoy her portfolio and deviantart!

January 16, 2013

Hanna K Nystrom is so crazy good ya’ll. Though she is also equal parts mysterious: it appears that the super talented animator, illustrator, and Marceline-Bubblegum shipper is based somewhere in Sweden. But where? And when? These things remain a mystery. For the time being enjoy her portfolio and deviantart!

January 15, 2013

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How did I not this till just now? Check out this short film made in part by the super talented LA-based animator Tom Law during a semester abroad at Gobelins. Tom recently made an amazing 48-hour film at CalArts and more of his work can be seen on blogspot and Vimeo. This kid is RAD.  Other animators on this project included Todd De Jong, Wandrille Maunoury, Etienne Metois, and Jonathan Vermersch.

January 14, 2013

How did I not this till just now? Check out this short film made in part by the super talented LA-based animator Tom Law during a semester abroad at Gobelins. Tom recently made an amazing 48-hour film at CalArts and more of his work can be seen on blogspot and Vimeo. This kid is RAD. 

Other animators on this project included Todd De Jong, Wandrille Maunoury, Etienne Metois, and Jonathan Vermersch.

Sigh. Bambi is so lovely. Beautiful character animation aside, I could stare at the backgrounds and effects animation all day. Here’s a nice little Friday treat: check out a whole bunch of reconstructed backgrounds here!  (Source: gifmovie)

January 11, 2013

Sigh. Bambi is so lovely. Beautiful character animation aside, I could stare at the backgrounds and effects animation all day. Here’s a nice little Friday treat: check out a whole bunch of reconstructed backgrounds here

(Source: gifmovie)

I really love the work of young illustrator, animator Tiffany Ford. Not only does she have a great artist eye for details (the way the back of jeans pull away when someone is sitting or a weird crease in a neck) but she can be so brutally honest and the awkward, weird, funny moments in life we all have. I’ve been caught belting it out in my car too!

January 10, 2013

I really love the work of young illustrator, animator Tiffany Ford. Not only does she have a great artist eye for details (the way the back of jeans pull away when someone is sitting or a weird crease in a neck) but she can be so brutally honest and the awkward, weird, funny moments in life we all have. I’ve been caught belting it out in my car too!

joyteeth: Diggit Sketch - Joseph Lambert Joe Lambert has a shared blog with such talented folks as JP Coovert and James K Hindle. 

January 7, 2013

joyteeth:

Diggit Sketch - Joseph Lambert

Joe Lambert has a shared blog with such talented folks as JP Coovert and James K Hindle. 

joyteeth:

Diggit Sketch - Joseph Lambert

Joe Lambert has a shared blog with such talented folks as JP Coovert and James K Hindle