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Brad Bird On The Value of Bringing Disney-level Quality to Hand-Drawn Animated Movies

Toonzone News reports on Brad Bird’s (The Director of The Iron Giant and The Incredibles) recent Collider interview: Bird “thinks traditional, 2-D, hand-drawn animation is poised for a comeback, but the only way it can do so is if it breaks into different genres

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This Is How You Do A Book Trailer

This is how it’s done. This is the book trailer for Kairos, a french graphic novel by Author/Illustrator Ulysse Malassagne. Animated by Studio La Cachette. This is a perfect example of two important points. The first point is hand-drawn animation is

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The Royal Taterbaums & Creating Your Own Content

Via Stephen Silver’s Facebook Page: Content is King and your the BOSS. 4 independent artists united. They created their own content. And I believe, because of this and the content being awesome and entertaining, that this will be seen everywhere.

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Warm-up head #sketch in #AdobeSketch for #iPad. Drawn with #AdobeInk #stylus. Played with two design elements I don't usually incorporate in my characters: Decided to try out the solid color "red stuffy nose" design element I see a lot in #characterdesign these days, and opted to give him a long #SamuraiJack style jawline! EDIT: Apparently, the red nose style has a name: "Tumblr Nose"#tumblrnose #illustration #doodling #conceptart #quickdraw #design #digitalart #process

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