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have you ever just cried because you’re not tracy butler?
i do all the time
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Here’s a time-lapse video I did today. Just hours ago!
This is a sketchcover edition of VERY NEAR MINT vol. 2 (which, plug plug, are on sale this weekend over at the VNM store!)… the sketch took about 15 minutes to do, but I sped up the video to a watchable 3 minutes. You have 3 minutes to watch a video, right?
When watching the video, make sure you watch it in HD if possible!
I planned on doing a time-lapse video earlier in the year while working on VNM vol. 2, but never found the time to do it. I’ll make sure I find the time later this year while working on vol. 3.
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Ki Hyun Ryu (supervising producer) is another major pillar of the Korra production. I first met him in 2003 when I was living in Seoul, working on the pilot of Avatar. A year later, he took the lion’s share of key animation on the premiere episodes, bringing to life some of the series’ most memorable scenes. I’ll never forget when Mike and I first saw the pencil test of Aang sliding down the iceberg and floating up to hug Appa’s head… we were completely blown away. Ryu can make the most mundane scene shine, like Aang’s marble trick and the now-legendary “Foaming Mouth Guy” bit (the latter of which was 100% his crazy idea). After his involvement in those early episodes (including designing Jet and his gang), Ryu moved on to other projects, and eventually moved the U.S., where he’s been working for several years now.
We are incredibly lucky to work with him again and to have him be such a fundamental contributor to the new series Korra and its style. I can comfortably say that he is the most talented artist I’ve ever known, and it is humbling and inspiring to work with him every day. And though he is a kind, hilarious, and humble guy, he draws the meanest caricatures. Of me. And everyone else on the crew. I’m sure I’ll share plenty of those scathing and wicked sketches in time, but for now, let’s enjoy some of his beautiful and seemingly effortless storyboard panels.
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Big John Buscema and Bill Sienkiewicz show us how it’s done!
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I love Massimo Carnevale’s Sketches Snatched blog. He picks his movies and draws a scene that captures what the particular film is all about. Here’s a few pieces from the blog. If you dig these, stop by the blog at sketchesnatched.blogspot.com.
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Pluto and Persephone - Bernini
There are literally no words for how beautiful this is in person.
I love how soft her thighs look.
Dear based god.
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