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Sunday, December 05, 2010

Small Update Inbetween

Today, I stumbled upon Mike Nguyen's beautiful live rough animation demo he did at Denmark-based Animation Workshop Academy (which BTW Willie Real and I are going to visit next month, for giving a class on character design):

Images © by Mike Nguyen. World rights reserved.

BTW, you always can rely on the Academy of Art Character and Creature Design Notes Blog for smashing updates, infos and inspiration, it's one of my favorite spots on the internet when it comes to character design etc.:

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  1. You and Wille Real in the same room - two of my favourite artists? Wow.

  2. Oh! :) Many thanks Cal, cheers for the kind comment!

  3. It can't have effect in fact, that is exactly what I suppose.