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andsunnydays:

Animations from Richard Williams' almost-finished masterpiece
The Thief and the Cobbler (Watch the movie here)

Unofficially restored by Garrett Gilchrist 

This animation was done using 100% hand-drawn, hand-coloured cels. Frame by frame. Part by part. ALL BY HAND. I REPEAT THERE IS ZERO CG NO COMPUTER GRAPHICS THIS IS ABSOLUTELY SOME OF THE GREATEST HAND-DONE 2D ANIMATION THAT WILL EVER GRACE THIS EARTH 

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disneysbighero6-bh6:

[New] Photos of Big Hero 6 gang…

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josefbarnett:

A red deer seen through the morning mist Richmond Park, London. By Rob Stothard

josefbarnett:

A red deer seen through the morning mist Richmond Park, London. By Rob Stothard

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neilsanders:

Over the past week I’ve been answering lots of messages about how to start out in learning animation. There’s a million easily accessible ways to start animating, but one of my favourite exercises is the 9 frame animated morph. Here’s a couple of examples freshly completed by my wonderful illustration students as a one lesson introduction to animation.

To start with everyone drew a simple image, then we arranged them in the best order to get silly transitions. I then photocopied each persons drawings so that everyone had their image and the image theirs was to morph into. We then traced off a breakdown pose and inbetweens which cushion to the first and last drawings to give them a nice ease in and out (see the above chart). We also used pegboards which I made myself to match the size of a standard 80mm hole punch to ensure that all of the drawings would line up with each other (it’s an illustration course and we only do a tiny amount of animation so there’s no justification for $700 hole punches).

Do any of you want one of these pegboards? I made a couple of hundred a few years ago but now I’m down to just enough for my classes, if there’s enough interest I could make another batch and sell them for a couple of bucks plus postage?

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captain-equestrian:

littleriderthings:

sa-equestrian:

from-dark-bays-to-dappled-grays:

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‘Lest just take off here shall we?’

Lets make things interesting….

Textbook example of the “holy shit!” distance

captain-equestrian:

littleriderthings:

sa-equestrian:

from-dark-bays-to-dappled-grays:

x

‘Lest just take off here shall we?’

Lets make things interesting….

Textbook example of the “holy shit!” distance

(via monicareininglove)

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(Source: senj0ugahara, via nausicaaaaa)

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howtotrainyourdragon:

“We changed Astrid’s haircut, which can really change the look of a person. She was difficult because her changes were so subtle.” –Nico Marlet, character designer
Concept art by Nico Marlet

howtotrainyourdragon:

“We changed Astrid’s haircut, which can really change the look of a person. She was difficult because her changes were so subtle.” –Nico Marlet, character designer

Concept art by Nico Marlet

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wannabeanimator:

Cartoon Saloon, creators of The Secret of Kells and upcoming Song of the Sea, will be holding a live broadcast event on YouTube at 10PM EST. The event includes a sneak peek of Song of the Sea and a presentation of the art of Secret of Kells.