Here are a couple of lettering pieces sans expletives. My mother will be so pleased.
And, for the occasion of my mother’s birthday.
I’ve been practicing my brush lettering.
Taking phrase suggestions if you’ve got ’em.
Keeping on with the irreverence, this gif cracks me up.
To mark what should be my last wedding-related post (at least about OUR wedding), here’s a gif of Dmitri Von Klein, our wedding photographer, and I in the photo booth at the reception.
I may be the last person on this whole gif wagon but they are fun! I made mine here.
did anyone notice the disappearing purple disk?
Remember this teaser?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to draw a banana, a roll of tape, rocket pop, a colander, one pirate sword, an old-timey popcorn maker…. “
Um, I accept.
I love how the angry bear and forest backdrop turned out. Andrew’s slo-mo eye-poke and ski mask dance also crack me up every time I watch it.
I’m definitely more of a column-A kind of girl.
I should start numbering these. Anyway, here’s the latest batch of excellent and fun stop-motions I’ve seen on the web.
This music video makes excellent use of dramatic perspectives using a 3-D set for their stop motion.[vimeo http://vimeo.com/21929878]
Another music video, this one by Wolf Parade.
This video is a great art pep talk. It uses some traditional stop-motion but also a very cool live action technique!
The super cute, “Do You Believe in Magic”, was made by some friends out in Carbondale, IL.
And to end, here is a fun lego meets Green Lantern bit by my friend Andrew Jive, always a favorite here at create.
Please email me links to any stop-motion videos you’d like to see in this blog.
I’m looking at you friends on the left coast! You guys should get out and support them by going to their show, you know… whenever or wherever it is. I am 100% positive it’s going to be super fun.
Also, these videos feature an illustration of mine, pinky, the senior portrait unicorn.