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Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Childwood: Mary L. Tale; Uli Meyer On His Day With Ronald Searle


Update: Fellow director and animator Uli Meyer is doing a series of posts on his day with Ronald Searle. Image © Uli Meyer

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Original entry from Wednesday: Some weeks ago, I was working on a soft redesign of the Mary L. Tale character (aka Timba Tale) out of our Childwood project... her hair turned btw from red to green due to some story changes.





BTW, here's a recent pic of my fellow 2D animation class... lots of talent here:


11 comments:

  1. i love what you do and how you do it! Stunnin as always

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  2. haha nice, enough of the projects give me a book to buy =D

    Awesome work looking forward to owning a book or two once they come out

    Good work with the character to its no duck but a winner.


    keep it up
    JonHart

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  3. I wish i could go to a school like that! :) cool photo.

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  4. Wonderful energy.

    and that art school looks like a fantastic environment!

    Best,
    j

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  5. Wow! Amazing character, Florian! But I would really love to see it with red hair...

    Cheers!

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  6. I do not know what to say, you always surprising! awesome masterpiece!

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  7. amazing and terrific as allways my friend.

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  8. Your artwork is beautiful, very inspering, I loved looking through you blog! Great work:)

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  9. Wow! I'd so would love to be a part of that group. It would be a real pleasure working with such talent.

    Anyway, how are you doing? Your work keep on improving. The last Childwood poster has the richest colors while employing only earthtones and lots of darks.

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  10. I love your work, and I keep seeing dragons! !!!

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