A BRAND SPANKING NEW ANIAMTION SHOWREEL!https://vimeo.com/81298569A BRAND SPANKING NEW ANIAMTION SHOWREEL!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hope you guys like it! What do you think? Would YOUUU hire MEEE???
And the Oscar goes to...Frozen took home the oscars for Best Animated Feature Film and Best Original Song (Let it Go)!And the Oscar goes to...1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Featured Artist - Bobby DriscollBest known to Disney fans as the voice of Peter Pan!Featured Artist - Bobby Driscoll2 years ago in Personal More Like This
Bobby Driscoll lived a very short, rollercoaster life.
He was discovered as a natural actor in a barbershop at the very young age of five-and-a-half! And, he was the first actor to sign a long term contract with the Walt Disney animation department.
At the age of 12, he was given an Oscar for outstanding juvenile actor for his performances in So Dear to my Heart (A Disney Movie) and The Window (RKO Picture).
At about the age of 16, Bobby Driscoll played his most famous roll - Peter Pan. He acted out all the parts himself before they were animated onto film. He was also the first boy ever to play Peter Pan (traditionally, Peter Pan is played by a girl.)
Here are some production pictures for y'all!
Unfortunately, life doesn't always have a fairytale ending for us like in the magical world of Disney. ;_;
Bobby Driscoll was introduced to drugs at the age of seventeen, had several run-ins with the law, and was sentenc
Phineas and Ferb siblingsFans know the sort of relationship Candace and her brothers have, but what about other characters? Just recently, Jeff Marsh confirmed that the member of the Fireside Girls, Ginger, is in fact Stacy's younger sister. A few months ago, Dan Povenmire confirmed that the characters of Jenny and Django are siblings.Phineas and Ferb siblings3 years ago in Personal More Like This
It gets me thinking, wouldn't be cool if there was an episode that focused on Stacy and Jenny and the relationships between them and their younger siblings? It's well known, the relationship of Candace and her brothers but I think there could be some story potential with these characters.
Awesome Storytelling in WebcomicsMy art instruction website, Taught By A Pro, has a new lesson up by the talented Dan Thompson, creator fo the Rip Haywire comic strip, among others. His first lesson (more coming!) is called, "Awesome Storytelling in Webcomics". Check it out: http://taughtbyapro.com/course/awesome-storytelling-webcomics-dan-thompson/Awesome Storytelling in Webcomics1 year ago in Personal More Like This
More great PRO instructors and lessons are coming to Taught By A Pro soon!
Hey, remember the Huldrekall Maker?Some time ago, before I made the Harpy Maker, I asked you guys in a journal which game you wanted me to make, and the Huldrekall Maker got the second highest amount of votes, behind the Harpy Maker.Hey, remember the Huldrekall Maker?1 year ago in Personal More Like This
There won't be a Huldrekall Maker after all.
There will be a Huldrefolk Maker! That's right, I'm combining the Huldra Maker and the Huldrekall Maker into one, since my art style and Flash programming know-how has evolved a lot since I made the Huldra Maker. In this one, you will be able to choose wether both dolls should be hulders, or if only one should be. It'll be a long while before this is done, though, so no nagging. the Queenly Portrait Maker isn't too far from completion, just accessories and backgrounds left, so you'll get a new game soon enough.
Edit: Oh wait, it gets better! I jut had the brilliant idea to expand that idea even more; now it won't just be a Huldra couple maker. Now, you will be able to choose which Scandinavian mythical creature the two characters can be; Huldra,
Want to see what I work on? :DSelf promotion time!! Woo! Who wants to know what I do for a living? I’m a freelance illustrator, so I work for a lot of different companies, but this company, All Play, No work, is one of my main clients right now, and our project is getting ready to launch soon. Which means I’m gonna talk about it a little, because I think it’s really neat and I’m really looking forward to its release. (Should come out in late November/early December. And we are busting our butts prepping for launch. Hence my post yesterday about my obnoxiously large workload for the next month)Want to see what I work on? :D10 months ago in Personal More Like This
This is the project I work on- The Incredible Tales of Weirdwood Manor. We call it a “living novel” because it’s intention is to combine a novel, and animated film, a video game, an audio book, a story builder, etc, all into one big, interactive experience. I’m a lead illustrator and creature/character designer. Unfortunately, you won
#LoveWins#LoveWins1 month ago in Personal More Like This
BUT DID ANYBODY NOTICE DEVIANTART'S LOGO
this is a day late
*celebrates triumph of common sense in politics*
Looney Tunes Back FOR REVEEEEENGE !Now I am here about one of the greatest and most underrated movies of all time . A movie that I liked as a kid but that I grew to LOVE as an adult after much repeated viewings . I am talking about Joe Dante's "Looney Tunes: Back in Action" or as I like to call it "HOW THE FUCK DO PEOPLE NOT PRAISE THIS ? DID WE WATCH THE SAME TUNES OR WHAT ?!". Seriously the cons are cosmically minimal compared to the pros and can be chalked up as nothing more than petty nitpicking if you stop to think about it .Looney Tunes Back FOR REVEEEEENGE !3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Anyway let us start with the main course. MUSIC MAESTRO ! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k68WdsFM7-k
Taking place in what is essentially the same universe as Who Framed Roger Rabbit, the movie begins with both Daffy Duck having just about enough of eating the bullets for the rabbit who is basically the golden goose of the studio . Unfortunately his ultimatum (" I am afraid the WB will have to choose between this beautiful matinée idol or THIS miscreant perpetrator of low burlesque...") kind of
Coming Soon: PnF Season 3 reviewOnce this season of Phineas and Ferb is completed, I'll be posting a review of it, expressing what I thought of the episodes and how they compare to the past seasons.Coming Soon: PnF Season 3 review3 years ago in Personal More Like This
Tip of the Day: Traits of a good artist.A trait of a 'good artists' is that they keep drawing and painting long after others would have stopped. Press "Favorite" if you plan on painting or drawing today!Tip of the Day: Traits of a good artist.3 years ago in Personal More Like This
See you soon for my workshop in Sao Paulo! http://www.melies.com.br/mega-palestra/programacao.html
Sending positive vibes to you all!
New AnimationIt's a really short, rough one. But it's about having gas during school and how my stomach goes nuts... then when I finally get to an appropriate place to release it, my stomach won't agree.New Animation8 months ago in Personal More Like This
And now to do math the rest of the evening! HOORAY.
GG is TIRED of Samus Complaints: A ResponseGaijin Goombah is TIRED of Samus Complaints: A ResponseGG is TIRED of Samus Complaints: A Response1 year ago in Personal More Like This
Someone linked me this video after seeing my Fashion Savvy Samus comic, and it quickly became apparent that a LOT of people defending Samus’s god-awful rocket boots were using THIS as their basis for argument. So, since this is the internet, I’m gonna respond to this video interjecting whenever I hear something I agree or disagree with.
1. I agree that we should separate Other M Samus from the rest of cannon based on the fact that it was conceived over a retcon of the character.
2. I agree that a lot of the hatred for Other M Samus came from her BADLY localized English translation and voice acting. I’ve stated many times that if the game had been left in Japanese with English subtitles, I sincerely doubt as many people would’ve had a problem with her “monologuing” than they do with the English version.
3. I do not agree that you should be “offended” that mal
Ed Wood according to Douglas Walkerhttp://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videolinks/thatguywiththeglasses/specials/39027-dougs-4th-favorite-characterEd Wood according to Douglas Walker2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I think all us artist whether we are good, bad, or down right okay, can still learn a thing from Ed Wood. Here is Doug to explain why.
This Site's New Layout...I hate this new setup, it's too congested and chaotic. The previous layout was more orderly, precise and organized.This Site's New Layout...10 months ago in Personal More Like This
This site was good the way it was, stop trying to be just like everyone else.
Art-imation update!Art-imation update! Opened up 15 more frames for whoever wants ‘em! Email me at EHnimation@gmail.com and I’ll send you a frame!Art-imation update!4 months ago in Personal More Like This
I'm pUUUUUUUUMPEDYa ever been so excited for something you just want to eat your own computer and jump out the windowI'm pUUUUUUUUMPED1 month ago in Personal More Like This
I have been waiting over forty million seconds for this.
Duckyworth's Thoughts: Balto~1995Sorry for the long delay, everyone, but I've been preoccupied with my University exams over the past few months, which is why my activity on DA has been pretty light recently. I've finished my exams, so I can relax for the summer... I'm confident I did well, but until my results come in, I'll remain optimistic. And with that said....Duckyworth's Thoughts: Balto~19952 years ago in Personal More Like This
Hello, my friends! Here is the next Duckyworth's Thoughts review!
Phew.... so, after getting two HORRIBLE films in a ROW out of the way, I thought I REALLY need a much better film to bring me back to my sanity... And I think I've found JUST the film to help me out. Time for us to dive into a film that many of us have childhood memories of that is ACTUALLY based on a TRUE story - the greatest canine caper since All Dogs Go To Heaven and The Lady and the Tramp – Balto!
Again, like The Land Before Time, the only reason I hadn't considered reviewing this film before now was that because for quite a while
7 tips for the 21 year old me7 tips for the 21 year old me11 months ago in Personal More Like This
7 TIPS FOR THE 21-YEAR-OLD ME by Bobby Chiu
When I was a student in college working on my skills as a character designer, I’d had periods where I would sit at my desk working as hard as I could but having little to show for my efforts at the end of the day. I remember sitting there surrounded by blank pieces of paper, trying to come up with an amazing style that nobody had ever seen before. I would do one drawing and not be satisfied, so I would lay a new piece of paper over it, re-draw it with slight changes to features here and there. This would still not be good enough so I would put another piece of paper over my revision, make more minor adjustments trying to perfect this new style I was searching for.
I did this for weeks on end, tweaking and polishing over and over, working hard every day. But in the end, did I come up with a brand new style, something amazing that
Noah ReviewRotten Tomatoes: 77%Noah Review1 year ago in Personal More Like This
The word I'd use to describe this movie: "goofy". XD
You'll certainly never see a Noah movie like this one again, that's for sure. And no, it's not true to The Book.
The goofy aspects include: Glowy rocks, healing snake-skin thingy, some interesting animations, and talking rocks (that's not even a joke).
So the aspects I liked about it: I kinda liked the goofy junk, but I wish that they'd gone full-on goofy. It felt to me like the director wanted to make a movie somewhat like the Harryhausen monster movies of old. A lot of the CG even looked like it was meant to mimic stop-motion. So if they'd made it even a little more in that direction and made it more kid-friendly with some cheesy dialogue, gaudy clothes, and some overacting I would've like it more. Just go "B movie" all the way. Make me smile, baby. Sometimes B movies can be truly magnificent. Just watch The Seventh Voyage of Sinbad. It's magical I tell you!
That being said, the stuff I didn't like
This video's annoying. Check it out!I've been making a lot of dubs of R&S episodes with unfitting voices since July 2012, and I started to run out of voices. So last night, KombeenanvusKartoons and I collaborated on this one:This video's annoying. Check it out!2 years ago in Personal More Like This
I played Stimpy and the voice on the PA, while Dylan was the director and Mr. Horse.
Happy New YearHappy New YearHappy New Year2 years ago in Personal More Like This
It's Finally Here
I sure wouldn't mind
leaving 2013 behind
Lesson Zero and the Tex Avery FormulaI'm probably reading too far into this, but, something that I noticed when I was watching through "Lesson Zero" recently is that that episode uses some of the same gag structure used in many Tex Avery cartoons.Lesson Zero and the Tex Avery Formula3 years ago in Deviant Events More Like This
The most prominent structure used is the "fireworks storeroom" formula. To quote Chuck Jones, "All of his (Tex Avery's) films, you'll notice, start off quite quietly, and suddenly it was like walking through a storeroom full of fireworks. You knew they were there, you knew they were going to go off, but you didn't know when." In the same essence, the episode starts off as a regular, day in the life of Twilight Sparkle, with a couple of gags strewn through it. Then, when she goes out to find a friendship problem to fix, the episode gradually starts to get crazier and crazier, to the point that she delv
Duckyworth's Thoughts: The Lego Movie ~ 2014Hello my friends, and welcome to the next instalment of Duckyworth’s Thoughts.Duckyworth's Thoughts: The Lego Movie ~ 20141 year ago in Personal More Like This
Yes, I know it’s been a while since my last review, but I’ve been working on some more reviews and pictures – speaking of which, my MLP:FiM reviews for the first three seasons are taking up quite a few of my thoughts at the moment. But, for my birthday, I saw a great animated film with my dad..... And that film will be the film that I will be reviewing today. And... WOW. This is a film that I brings back SO many memories from my childhood.
I’m sure that we have ALL played with Lego sometime during our childhoods. Those little yellow bricks provided ENDLESS hours of fun, creativity and enjoyment – mixing together characters, places and scenarios for endless possibilities. Kind of like a predecessor to LittleBigPlanet. And of course – this product had a LOT of spin-offs – video games of Lego versions of famous films, a theme park in the