wannabeanimator:

New Images from Hayek’s ‘The Prophet’

The coolest animation news to come out of the Cannes Film Festival was the in-progress preview of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the famous book of poetry produced as a passion project by actress Salma Hayek.
Now, Variety Latino has posted an extensive gallery of images from the film, which will feature several chapters animated by different directors. Overseeing the entire film is Roger Allers, best-known as one of the directors on Disney’s The Lion King.

wannabeanimator:

New Images from Hayek’s ‘The Prophet’

The coolest animation news to come out of the Cannes Film Festival was the in-progress preview of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the famous book of poetry produced as a passion project by actress Salma Hayek.
Now, Variety Latino has posted an extensive gallery of images from the film, which will feature several chapters animated by different directors. Overseeing the entire film is Roger Allers, best-known as one of the directors on Disney’s The Lion King.

wannabeanimator:

New Images from Hayek’s ‘The Prophet’

The coolest animation news to come out of the Cannes Film Festival was the in-progress preview of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the famous book of poetry produced as a passion project by actress Salma Hayek.
Now, Variety Latino has posted an extensive gallery of images from the film, which will feature several chapters animated by different directors. Overseeing the entire film is Roger Allers, best-known as one of the directors on Disney’s The Lion King.

wannabeanimator:

New Images from Hayek’s ‘The Prophet’

The coolest animation news to come out of the Cannes Film Festival was the in-progress preview of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the famous book of poetry produced as a passion project by actress Salma Hayek.
Now, Variety Latino has posted an extensive gallery of images from the film, which will feature several chapters animated by different directors. Overseeing the entire film is Roger Allers, best-known as one of the directors on Disney’s The Lion King.

wannabeanimator:

New Images from Hayek’s ‘The Prophet’

The coolest animation news to come out of the Cannes Film Festival was the in-progress preview of Kahlil Gibran’s The Prophet, an animated adaptation of the famous book of poetry produced as a passion project by actress Salma Hayek.

Now, Variety Latino has posted an extensive gallery of images from the film, which will feature several chapters animated by different directors. Overseeing the entire film is Roger Allers, best-known as one of the directors on Disney’s The Lion King.

wannabeanimator:

101 Dalmatians (1961) | animation, layout drawing, and final shot
wannabeanimator:

101 Dalmatians (1961) | animation, layout drawing, and final shot
wannabeanimator:

101 Dalmatians (1961) | animation, layout drawing, and final shot

wannabeanimator:

101 Dalmatians (1961) | animation, layout drawing, and final shot

ca-tsuka:

Legend of Korra animation linetests by Inseung Choi.

teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…
teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…

teaim:

Gregory Kloehn is passionate about helping the homeless and the environment, and with his Homeless Homes project, he’s found a way to do both. By getting materials from “illegal street dumping, commercial waste and excess household items” Gregory is able to cheaply make the mobile sleeping structures and give them to members of Oakland’s homeless community. You can go here to see more of Gregory’s work and find out how you can help out with the project…

scadcass:

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Congratulations to second place winner, Morgan Bouttier (B.F.A., illustration, 2014), for the amazing Twizzlerization!

TWIZZLER asked SCAD to bring TWIZZLERS to life in a 24-hour Design Challenge. They’ll be sharing more entries like these on their Facebook and Twitter pages.

fer1972:

Pop Reinterpretations by Hillary White
fer1972:

Pop Reinterpretations by Hillary White
fer1972:

Pop Reinterpretations by Hillary White
fer1972:

Pop Reinterpretations by Hillary White
fer1972:

Pop Reinterpretations by Hillary White
fer1972:

Pop Reinterpretations by Hillary White
kateoplis:

Paris, Je t’aime
kateoplis:

Paris, Je t’aime
kateoplis:

Paris, Je t’aime
kateoplis:

Paris, Je t’aime
kateoplis:

Paris, Je t’aime
kateoplis:

Paris, Je t’aime
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting
erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting

erational:

some of the more notable 2.5hr poses from this semester of figure drawing! i’ve got hundreds of gestures + 10-30min poses as well but those aren’t very interesting

(via keepinitsketchy)

mattdrawsstuff:

and out of all the drawings I did today, I like this one the most. Like the line work.

(via keepinitsketchy)

wannabeanimator:

The Jungle Book (1967) | animation

“You eat ants?” Mowgli asks Baloo in disbelief. The scene from the film Jungle Book was animated by Ollie Johnston. Milt Kahl drew this sketch of Mowgli’s face as a suggestion for what the kid’s expression might look like during that line of dialogue. Deja View
I think he nails the idea of the thought “How gross!”

wannabeanimator:

The Jungle Book (1967) | animation

“You eat ants?” Mowgli asks Baloo in disbelief. The scene from the film Jungle Book was animated by Ollie Johnston. Milt Kahl drew this sketch of Mowgli’s face as a suggestion for what the kid’s expression might look like during that line of dialogue. Deja View
I think he nails the idea of the thought “How gross!”

wannabeanimator:

The Jungle Book (1967) | animation

“You eat ants?” Mowgli asks Baloo in disbelief. The scene from the film Jungle Book was animated by Ollie Johnston. Milt Kahl drew this sketch of Mowgli’s face as a suggestion for what the kid’s expression might look like during that line of dialogue. Deja View
I think he nails the idea of the thought “How gross!”

wannabeanimator:

The Jungle Book (1967) | animation

“You eat ants?” Mowgli asks Baloo in disbelief. The scene from the film Jungle Book was animated by Ollie Johnston. Milt Kahl drew this sketch of Mowgli’s face as a suggestion for what the kid’s expression might look like during that line of dialogue. Deja View
I think he nails the idea of the thought “How gross!”

wannabeanimator:

The Jungle Book (1967) | animation

“You eat ants?” Mowgli asks Baloo in disbelief. The scene from the film Jungle Book was animated by Ollie Johnston. Milt Kahl drew this sketch of Mowgli’s face as a suggestion for what the kid’s expression might look like during that line of dialogue. Deja View
I think he nails the idea of the thought “How gross!”

wannabeanimator:

The Jungle Book (1967) | animation

“You eat ants?” Mowgli asks Baloo in disbelief. The scene from the film Jungle Book was animated by Ollie Johnston. Milt Kahl drew this sketch of Mowgli’s face as a suggestion for what the kid’s expression might look like during that line of dialogue. Deja View

I think he nails the idea of the thought “How gross!”