Greetings from dreamland: mutant sea creatures and cat assassins!
Documenting dreams. Hopefully the start of a new (coloured) series.
When you’re working on something, there are moments when you take a step back and think to yourself, “This is actually pretty good.” Then two seconds later that feeling goes away, and everything you’ve made so far is absolute crap. The cycle is exhausting, but it’s the only way anyone would have the drive to keep on working and continuously strive to get better. Our best work is accomplished through little victories, the kind that only last for a moment so that we recognise the value in our work without being self-indulgent and sucked into complacency.
Duet- Making Of
Drawings to scale. In 3 point perspective. At 60! frames per second!
Well I’m in the working world again. I’ve found myself a well-paying gig in the engineering industry, and life finally feels like it’s returning to normal after my nine months of…
In part one of our two-part series, Fast Company senior editor Jason Feifer makes a case for giving all workers a little alone time—behind an office…
Ink and watercolor by David Huang
More great artwork here alittlesketchofeverything.blogspot.com
Duet by Glen Keane
What my thesis animation hopes to be when “they” grow up.
iPhone Muybridge gif
Behind the scenes: What happens when you wear a biosensor to the movies? CNET’s Stephen Shankland traveled to Cannes to find out.
So mood rings have come a long way from the 70s.