a weblog for Victor Navone's Online Gallery
looks great but the link dosn't work, it points to facebook.
Very nice style and colors! I liked a lot!
that cracks me up.
I love the way the 3D subtly augments the 2D. Beautifully done.
It's the little things,(no pun intended), that can really be hilarious! Love the "hybrid" look,(again no pun intended), of the piece. Cheers, Bob
That's pretty rad. I love the look.
Thanks, everyone, for your nice comments, and of course, thank you, Victor for posting!The animation is based on an illustration by Jean-Philippe Vine, who directed Irma's car. See more of JP's awesome art here:http://jpvine.blogspot.com/Enjoy,Alexo
Finally tracked down the documentary on wunder-editor Walter Murch:http://www.studioichioka.com/
I'm not a fan of schematic animations. I prefer the animation technology developed by the Japanese. They have managed to imitate reality very well in their animations. Irma's car is ok, but not my type. ___________________________________Bumper Protection