Images from the production of “World’s Collide” for Panama’s new national natural history and science center, the Bio Museo…..
The exhibit covers the interchange of animal species that occurred between North and South America when the Panamanian land bridge was exposed, joining the two continents.
OH MY FUCKING GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD
I’m so happy I finally got my Cerberus in the mail. I’m blown away by the detail and how delicate the sculpture is. This is my first 3D sculpture I have bought from www.shapeways.com and I’m over the moon at how awesome it is.
Visit Brians page. It’s amazing. I’m a very happy customer.
Another sketch I did on my galaxy note 3. And I used the sketchbook pro app.
I really like this mirror image technique but I know it’s a bit like cheating so I’ll try not to using it to much. Lol anyways just wanted to share this one.
I got the galaxy note3 the other day and I put a few drawing apps on it and I have quite enjoyed sketchbook pro. This is the first sketch I did on it and it was very fluid and nice to sketch with and I’m really happy so I’m posting it on here.
How DreamWorks Draws ‘Dragon 2’ Faster, Better
DreamWorks, you are phenomenal.
…I’m pretty sure I just jizzed my pants. THAT SOFTWARE
best part of the movie.
I love how none of that ‘woman are hard to animate and have to always look pretty and with the same expression’ applies to Dreamworks girls. Ruffnut is still pretty and expressionate and perfection.
The same month when storyboards came about [for the movie], Miyazaki set off to the ancient forests of Yakushima, in Kyushu and the mountains of Shirakami-Sanchi in northern Honshu [of Japan].
“It was just right, the ruins of this ancient forest reflects on us as humans. We need to learn to appreciate what we have left of the environment, and I wanted this as a theme for the animation.” - Miyazaki on his inspiration for Princess Mononoke.