Famous for its scenery, cinematography, and near complete lack of special effects (almost exclusively used simply to remove bystanders from shots), The Fall was filmed over a period of four years in over twenty countries, including India, Namibia, South Africa, Italy, and Indonesia. One review said, “See it for no other reason than because it exists. There will never be another like it.”

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Philippe Caza -  Le Robot qui rêvait, 1988.

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Anonymous asked: Hello! I'm sorry if this seems like an odd question, but how is that you animate so quickly? I suppose I'm referring more so to your little gifs as opposed to a film project -- I mean, despite them being little gifs, the animation in them is always pretty fleshed out, and colored, even! Ahh! Is there more to it than loosening up your drawings and practice?

zakeno:

Thank you!

Hmm… I just kinda draw fast, really. And definitely I’ve gotten waaaaaay faster as I learn and improve at animation and posing/timing choices become more second nature to me.

Although I will say that even my most simple gifs (like the tails one or star fox one) still take me at least 2 hours for a hundred or so frame colored animation on 2s. With my really quick animations I usually don’t even thumbnail anything and just keep everything pretty rough, but usually my process for lineless animation is:

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Thumbnails

Inbetweens (and color- this is two steps)


and then my lines, backgrounds, shading, clean-up, and compositing


For animation WITH lineart I usually line all my thumbnails and in-between from there, then color. But especially with faster animation my lines are pretty rough!

Hope that helps? 

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Tonight in Ferguson, Mo. Even CNN is calling out police brutality.

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Thai painter Rearngsak Boonyavanishkul 

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scribblywobbly asked: Your traditional art (well, all your art, really) is awesome! May I ask, what kind of pens do you use for coloring? I have Prismacolors and they never turn out as nicely as your stuff.

siins:

Hey! Thank you!!

I use a Pentel brushpen for lines and blacks.

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For other lining stuff I use uni pin fine liners size 0.2 and 0.8

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For colouring I use Touch Three markers! I don’t really have a lot of experience with markers and stuff and I’ve only tried Promarkers and Copics from friends who have them but I personally have only ever owned Spectrum Noir markers (which were kinda okay but they died really REALLY fast for some reason) so now I have these Touch Three markers which are from the cheap end (one marker costs under a dollar) and I feel like they are some sort of hidden gem? I bought a lot of 30 off aliexpress.com and they are really goddamn good. To me at least. Idk.

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This is how they look like more or less. If you search on aliexpress something like ”touch three marker lot” you will probably find some listings for them and most of those come with a cool carrying bag as well PLUS you can pick all the colours yourself! Or at least it was like that when I ordered them months ago.

What you see me use the most in my drawings though, are the grays. I just love using the warm and cool grey tones haha and they also have a thing like blue grey and green grey! Really cool.

These are the colours that I own! woo bad phone pics

I hope this somewhat answers your question!

grizandnorm:

Tuesday Tips - Power Shading

Here’s a technique I use often when attending life drawing sessions, especially nude sessions. I feel like it gives an energy and direction as well as clear volume to the figure. The more i know about underlying muscles, bones and general body structure, the more I can express through this technique. It’s kind of like a classic brush work when dealing with ink. It’s just more forgiving when using a Conte stick, by varying the angle and pressure of it.

Try it out!

Norm

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