There’s a difference. One is thought out and executed according to your personal vision of what the finished work should be. The other is just a momento.
I’ve helped write the animation training curriculae here at Rhythm & Hues Studios, and I had a chance to visit the topic of the Twelve Priniciples of Animation to support some of the coursework I helped develop.
I thought I’d share.
Making a computer animated TV commercial in three days? Yes. Yes, I can.
I’m obviously not Drew Struzan, but I’m pretty good at doing impressions.
Can’st thou hear me now?
I’ve been trying to raise the quality bar of my illustrations lately. No, this image is not unique, it’s from the cover of a Supergirl comic I saw in a store today. However, I did pencil and ink this myself.
Why does Yogi Bear have a collar – but no shirt? The answer will surprise you.
Every now and then, you just gotta stop and be amazed. This is one of those moments. — Gene Turnbow
Robb Pratt gave us Superman fans a new little work of art to geek out over: The character design is a departure from anything I’ve ever seen before on this subject material – it has an appeal that’s hard to define, but is immediately engaging. The biggest problem is that…
New drawings in my gallery.. – Gene Turnbow