simonleclerc:

animation designs from back in the calarts’dayz

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simonleclerc:

Some stills of the short movie I did at Calarts

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taiyomatsumoto:

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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ursulavernon:

likeafieldmouse:

HiroshigeNew Year’s Eve Foxfires at the Changing Tree, Ōji (1857) 

This is glorious.

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taiyomatsumoto:

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want this sooo bad

What a passion project— I love Lake Merritt and had fun with EVERY painting! Thank you AD Sarah Han! :-)

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oarsis:

"In honor of the series’ 15th anniversary, a pair of anime projects have been announced. A sequel to the original Digimon Adventure featuring a 17-year-old Tai/Taichi with a high school age cast has been revealed. Along with that upcoming anime, the 15th anniversary event also announced plans to release a Japanese Blu-ray set of the original Adventure."

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My prayers…they’ve been heard

This makes me incredibly happy

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sciencesaru:

Flash animation in Ping Pong

ピンポンではフラッシュアニメーションを使っています。フラッシュ作業したところの様子をこちらのムービーで少し見られます。スローモーションと長めのトラックバックとトラックアップのカットは手書きだと動画が大変なので、デジタルで作業しました。

Some people asked us about our special animation technique in the Ping Pong TV series.
In this short video you can see the “insides” of two scenes we worked on for the show.
Animators developed a new digital technique, in order to get slow movements, turnings and big zooms, that would have been very difficult in hand drawn animation.

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