Arielle's reblog blog. All things ranging from pretty to pretty stupid.
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animationtidbits:

The Croods - Chris Sanders

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theanimationarchive:

Character design for Pocahontas (1995) by Glen Keane.

Glen Keane on the character development and animation of Pocahontas:

The movie required acting that was so delicate. It required artists to draw better than we’ve ever drawn. I used to think that animation was about moving stuff. In order to make it really great, you bounce it, squash it, stretch it, make the eyes go big. But, as time went on, I started loving animating a character who had a kind of burning passion in her heart. Suddenly, animation became for me not so much about moving stuff as it was about moving the audience.

Source: The Art of Pocahontas

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amarilloo:

theanimationarchive:

Concept art from the upcoming film Song of the Sea; from Cartoon Saloon. The first image depicts a scene that was, according to Adrien Merigeau, cut from the film.

Source: Cartoon Saloon

THIS MOVIE, THOUGH

God I’m so excited for this movie. If Secret of Kells was any indication, this movie is going to be hands down amazing.

i am so excited for this!!! cartoon saloon i love you!

rufftoon:

isaia:

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gerwell:

monkeyelbow:

I remember that animation, it was really beautiful

You can find this movie on Youtube, if you have never seen it.

Whoa whoa what is this though

The Original Russian Animation of “The Snow Queen”!?!?

I remember seeing this when I was young <3

(Source: russian-and-soviet-cinema)

scurviesdisneyblog:

Colors of the Wind charcoal animation by Glen Keane

scurviesdisneyblog:

Colors of the Wind charcoal animation by Glen Keane

(Source: animatedawesome)

animationtidbits:

Rise of the Guardians - Color Scripts

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If we are going to tell a story, we need to believe in it and its characters. If we are going to move an audience, we need to be moved ourselves first. We just won’t be able to give something that we don’t have.

— From “Framed Ink” by Marcos Mateu Maestre (via chrisoatley)

theanimationarchive:

David Vandervoort’s character design/model sheets were based off these original character design concepts by Robert Valley. On each drawing are notes from the shows creator Chris Prynoski.

Source: David Vandervoort

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theanimationarchive:

The making of Samurai Jack

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elephantfist:

Collection of quick/unfinished practice animations that I did over the course of the last two weeks or so.

animationtidbits:

Wreck-It Ralph - Concept Art

wannabeanimator:

Samurai Jack background paintings by Scott Wills

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selectedillustrations:

ParaNorman’s face. Read about it here

loopy-katrina:

timboxreloaded:

The Battle between Samurai Jack and Aku’s Taskmasters

Can we all take a minute to appreciate how STUNNING this show is?