Told you my weekend was pretty awesome.
Archive for May, 2008
There goes 30 minutes … doodling on CS3.
Love this video for Cornelius‘ Omstart. I’ve had the luck of seeing him live at Bimbos 365 a year ago or so for his Synchronized Sensuous Tour and it was a blast. Videos play a huge part of his live performances. link via jeansnow
Three day weekends are so amazing. Maybe it was coming from two weeks of six working days each, but I must say that having that extra day just felt wonderful. Time to rest, be with my family and be creative too. I took nice walks with Fio, picnicked in the park, watercolored, went climbing, designed [...]
Just bought this wonderful book by Taro Gomi, who if you didn’t already know happens to be the man behind Mozzarella the monkey. Yep he designed her. I just absolutely love these simple and charming drawings. He’s really channeling the little kid in himself, something we should all do more often with our drawing: just [...]
Tony White (who recently visited Pixar) has posted on youtube his classic short: Hokusai: an Animated Sketchbook. The short is fantastic, not to be missed. link via Cartoonbrew
GhibliWorld just posted a wonderful new watercolor by Miyazaki, for his new movie Gake no ue no Ponyo. A submarine?! Sweet. Don’t miss it, released images for this movie have been few, considering also its release date is in less than two months.
Our big push is done, phew! So busy these last few weeks, but all drawings are in now … We can now relax and actually have a weekend!
Going to Annecy for the the International Animation Festival? You might want to join the SketchCrawl on June 12th over there. My friend Bannister is organizing, here‘s the flier with details. Wish I could be there to join you all … but I’ll have to settle to experience it from your drawings and photos …
If you have good eyes you might be able to spot the Golden Gate Bridge in the middle of the fog there. Wonderful morning up here. The week has been really busy at work, sorry for the lack of updates, we’re in a crunch for an upcoming screening on “Up”. Almost there.