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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Academy of Art Character Design Notes

Orlando based and former Disney artist Jennifer Gwynne Oliver just opened an interesting new blog which features discussion, inspiration, notes and links for her AAU students or anyone else interested in the art and craft of classical hand-drawn animation. Even my looney beaks attracted attention there. Lovely.


BTW, here is the brilliant sister blog Academy of Art Animation Notes by David Nethery. Cheers to Jennifer and David for their vision and efforts!

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4 comments:

  1. Great blogs!, thanks for sharing, I already put them on favorites. In one of the blogs I also found a link to an animations tables gallery, some of those desks are really beautiful, I really reccomend for people who like to see other artists enviroments taking a look at those pics.

    Very best Florian!

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  2. Thanks for sharing this, Florian :)

    All the best!

    woah.. how great are those hand drawings!!

    Regards,
    Charles

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  3. So good things again and again .. ! love the hands.. realy realy great work on ...
    I love yours And I love F. Herrera's drawing too ... (!!)

    .)
    Fab'

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  4. Oh hands....how revealing to the sole they can be. Thank you Florian. :)

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