JUST finished this little print of this little explorer for Out Of Step Arts!!~~
As a Guest Artist the print will only be available in the OOSA shop for a special limited time through September, but it’ll also be at SPX! I’ll have prints at my table (A5), and so will OOSA (W44-45)!! Prints at SPX are discounted a little so get ‘em there if you want!
Can’t wait to see everyone at SPX this year! I’ll be doing magic wizard commissions again and I’ll probably have a bunch of other dumb drawings with me for sale too :) plus Eris and MAMUANA. **see u thur**~~
Hayao Miyazaki Interview →
Miyazaki responded: “To have a film where there’s an evil figure and a good person fights against the evil figure and everything becomes a happy ending, that’s one way to make a film. But then that means you have to draw, as an animator, the evil figure. And it’s not very pleasant to draw evil figures. So I decided against evil figures in my films.”
One reason for fascination with Miyazaki may be his contradictions. The director whose films typically end with an uplifting affirmation of humanity suitable for children is the same director who told his Berkeley audience, “It would be wonderful if I could see the end of civilization during my lifetime.” The man who is able to entrance children, and adults, with his animation is the same one who complains about children spending too much time with virtual reality instead of being outdoors in nature.
I was asked to create a .gif of a house interior during an earthquake. The article chronicles the controversial aftermath of the devastating quake that happened in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009. I wanted to capture the movement of the “tremors” before the full-on earthquake, although this tremor is infinite, never resolving.
This image and the all the animation was made in Photoshop. thanks AD Erich Nagler!
Rebecca is amazing!
A sketch for the Animation Art Show which takes place in Dublin from 17-19 October. My scanner is from the stone age but I assure you it is a lot softer to look at in real life.
Pencil on paper // A4