April 12, 2014

ianjq:

steven expressions, episodes 1-10

SU is never going to be a show that adheres to static, lifeless stock expressions. it’s a CARTOON and we do not apologize.

EDLUNDART: Right on! I admire that approach, even if my own projects have tended toward more strict, pre-drawn/stock expressions. It’s always a challenge as a lone animator to create enough variety to keep the attention of the audience, while still managing to move forward on your project and produce enough seconds per day to ever reach the goal-line… these variations are really well executed as they don’t feel slavish at all, but still they’re not SO crazy that you don’t recognize the character from one moment to the next.

April 7, 2014
The first redesign of edlundart.com since 2010 has launched! If it’s not better than your site, it’s most likely bigger! I aimed for stupidly simple, stupidly huge, and made it mobile friendly in the least responsive (ie complex) way imaginable. Enjoy!

The first redesign of edlundart.com since 2010 has launched! If it’s not better than your site, it’s most likely bigger! I aimed for stupidly simple, stupidly huge, and made it mobile friendly in the least responsive (ie complex) way imaginable. Enjoy!

March 29, 2014

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March 29, 2014

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March 25, 2014
dickbalzer:

Phenakistoscope - France - c. 1833

dickbalzer:

Phenakistoscope - France - c. 1833

March 16, 2014
gameraboy:

The Whoopee Party (1932)

gameraboy:

The Whoopee Party (1932)

March 16, 2014
kclogg:

meanwhile, I’m working hard on my first animated short

kclogg:

meanwhile, I’m working hard on my first animated short

March 9, 2014
yugengenerator:

東京

yugengenerator:

東京

March 4, 2014
"Results do the talking" in this shot from my new animation for Fortune Magazine on Mary Barra, the first female CEO of a major international automaker.

"Results do the talking" in this shot from my new animation for Fortune Magazine on Mary Barra, the first female CEO of a major international automaker.

March 4, 2014
This is an earlier version of a scene in my new animation for Fortune, illustrating the words of GM CEO Mary Barra.

This is an earlier version of a scene in my new animation for Fortune, illustrating the words of GM CEO Mary Barra.

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