anna karry

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Academic Art

Academic Art

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Thanks so much to Dan and Cassie Sprenger at the Complete Equestrian Company for answering all of my horseback riding related questions and for letting me go to their facility.

:: CATSUKA :: News - Whoosh (court métrage étudiant de Julien Grande)

bryankonietzko: “ ca-tsuka: “ Whoosh student short film by Julien Grande (ENSAV La Cambre / Brussels) ” With students like these, who needs professionals? Incredible animation and compositing.

Sam and Barry (cloudy with a chance of meatballs 2) shot progression by Jason Martinsen - YouTube

Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 - Animation Shot Breakdown by Jason MartinsenSam and Barry learn to communicate. Shot breakdown, boards, video reference, blocking and final animation.

Wanted to practice my 2D a bit… or something like that. Any excuse to have fun with this guy. Did it a couple of weeks ago when I actually had some sparetime. Which I wouldn’t mind a bit more of..

Wanted to practice my 2D a bit… or something like that. Any excuse to have fun with this guy. Did it a couple of weeks ago when I actually had some sparetime. Which I wouldn’t mind a bit more of..

procrastimation :)

procrastimation :)

americanninjax: “ Since TV animation tends to have smaller budgets than feature animation, we are often times limited in the kind of animation we can do in terms of backgrounds. Here are a couple...

Background & Movement in TV americanninjax: “ Since TV animation tends to have smaller budgets than feature animation, we are often times limited in the kind of animation we can do in terms of.

The easiest way is to lock the lineart layer (so, yes, that means that it should be separate) and use a soft brush (any kind will do) to colour delicately over the lines.

The easiest way is to lock the lineart layer (so, yes, that means that it should be separate) and use a soft brush (any kind will do) to colour delicately over the lines.