Did you listen to the Animation Podcast number 24! the first James Baxter interview was great but that one! Oh my god! Probably the most informative animation interview I ever listened to. You will probably want to listen to it in loop for at least 3 or 4 times. A lot of really really interesting informations on planning and acting for animation. It also made a lot of sense to me after my 6 month working as an animator but mostly after the great Ed Hooks masterclass.
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Not related to animation today.
After my experience with Animation Mentor this is something I have been thinking about for a while and is being relayed here by financial reporter James Altucher on an interesting interview with Farnoosh Torabi for TheStreet.com
Here are a collection of old drawings and paintings dating from when I lived in Africa… 10 years ago. One of the digital painting is from yesterday night. I was playing with my Clean up brush in TV Paint and I love it. It gives such a clean and sharp line with a beautifull transition from thick to thin. Even better than Sketchbook pro.