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The PAPERWALKER Journal is the personal weblog of award-winning character designer Florian Satzinger in which he shares bits and pieces of his character design work, processes, visual development, inspirations and reference materials of current, past and future projects, such as 'Toby Skybuckle©' for France and Japan based Ankama Group LLC and 'DUCK AWESOME©' and 'John Starduck©' for Paperwalker Studios SHF. ©2019 by Florian Satzinger. World rights reserved. | 47,3M views | 81,912 subscribers

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Sunday, September 23, 2012

Save The Date!

THIS IS AN IMPORTANT REMINDER: Two superstars of hand-drawn animation will be heading for Vienna in October. Signor Rossi creator Bruno Bozzetto and Golden Palm winner Oscar Grillo will giving talks at this year's PIXEL conference: October 5-7 2012, Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria.

"Bruno Bozzetto's films have been one of the greatest inspirations for me as an animator and storyteller. He has created some of the funniest animated films ever made and is one of the most clever storytellers around. Bruno's designs are so appealing and his comic timing is truly unsurpassed." 

Images © Bruno Bozzetto/Oscar Grillo. All rights reserved.

hp: www.pixelvienna.com
fb: www.facebook.com/PixelVienna

Apropos, this is the very building where the PIXEL conference takes place. While this painting is from ca. 1759, the building and its surroundings still look like the same today.