Charlotte is a Catholic high school girl who, on her graduating day, is forced by her dying mother to commit a grievous act. Charlotte takes descending steps that leads her to make a dark decision where she will have to sacrifice her sanctity, innocence and future.
americas next top cannibal
Showing a few of the steps along the way to making Pieman, just because this was such a fun drawing to do.
I studied a few screenshots from Paperman to replicate the characters’ styles, but didn’t actually use any references of Ned or Chuck to draw them, now that I think about it. The background is taken directly from Paperman; I didn’t draw that part. I’m pretty stinky at drawing places and environments.
Drawing this made me sad that Disney is giving up 2D animation; Paperman is such a beautiful short and I think 2D animation is a wonderful medium.
you can stay in the same place and still find ways to leave people
Anytime I make a movie, I really have absolutely no idea how it’s going to go over. I’ve had the whole range of different kinds of reactions.
La Nouvelle Vague or The French New Wave was a blanket term coined by critics for a group of French filmmakers of the late 1950s and 1960s, influenced by Italian Neorealism and classical Hollywood cinema. Although never a formally organized movement, the New Wave filmmakers were linked by their self-conscious rejection of classical cinematic form and their spirit of youthful iconoclasm. “New Wave” is an example of European art cinema. Many also engaged in their work with the social and political upheavals of the era, making their radical experiments with editing, visual style and narrative part of a general break with the conservative paradigm. Using portable equipment and requiring little or no set up time, the New Wave way of filmmaking presented a documentary type style. The films exhibited direct sounds on film stock that required less light. Filming techniques included fragmented, discontinuous editing, and long takes. The combination of objective realism, subjective realism, and authorial commentary created a narrative ambiguity in the sense that questions that arise in a film are not answered in the end.[x]