Meek Mill ft. Rick Ross “Black Magic”
Animated by Evan Red Borja
(via pollums)Source: evanborja
Beautiful dystopic things for your Friday.
According to the description: ”This film was made over the last two years in our evenings, weekends and days off. We had no budget but a lot of help from our very talented and generous friends.”
See? Make your own way! It’s the best way, if you can swing it.
(Also, the vertical format looked great on my iPhone, and I assume it would look good on tablets and other vertical things.)
Everything I Can See From Here (by The Line)
I love the choice to frame this vertically. It works so beautifully within the context of the film both compositionally and thematically.Source: vimeo.com
So simple but beauuuuuutifully handled. This seems like something I could handle in a few years.
Lil’ Red - Cale Atkinson
Dudes and Dudettes,
Sorry for the radio silence. I’ve been at home with my family spending some quality time with OUR NEW BABY!! I’m back at work now, but I did get to take a couple of weeks of paternity leave which was amazing. You guys, if you haven’t had a baby you should definitely give it a try. I mean after you get married, that is. Let’s not get carried away here. Anyway, babies are seriously the BEST.
Things at home are super busy these days, but I’ll try to check in with new doodles when I can. Until then be good, everyone!
(via pocketpicasso)Source: anthonyholden
From Betty Boop to the Little Mermaid, young female characters in animation nearly always share the same silhouette — an exaggerated hourglass shape. But Eep, the prehistoric teenager voiced by Emma Stone in the Dreamworks Animation movie “The Croods,” sports a decidedly different physique.
More Olympian than pinup, Eep has the shoulders of a swimmer, the legs of a gymnast and the strength and speed to survive the apocalypse — or at least some major continent shifting.
In the case of Eep and Guy, their forms are dictated by their functions. She’s a densely muscled hunter who chases down her family’s dinner, climbing and scrambling across the landscape like a parkour runner.
that’s what I’m fucking talking about, Dreamworks.
that’s what I’m talking about.
Why I’m remaining tentatively optimistic about this movie.Source: typette
Watch an Animated St. Vincent Cover a Bob’s Burgers Song
Through its three seasons, Bob’s Burgers has had a lot of fun coming up with silly little ditties. Phase two of these tunes’ histories is what the show is calling “Bob’s Buskers.” The series will feature prominent artists like Stephin Merritt of the Magnetic Fields covering Bob’s Burgers’ songs. In turn, one of the show’s animators then uses their version to make videos of the artists busking in front of the Bob’s Burgers storefront. First up is St. Vincent covering a song from the season two episode “Bad Tina,” in which Tina starts hanging out with bad girl Tammy. They seem to get a few bucks at the end, which was probably because of Tina’s impassioned mop-playing.
I’ve been so obsessed with this song. I dreamed about it last night. It’s on a loop in my brain forever.
My board partner David’s Batman cartoon. Watch it!
Fuck, my bro David is stoopid talented!!!
YOU WANNA GET IN SOME TROUBLE?
WHAT DID I JUST WATchhdhsssssssssssssssssssssss
oh no I forgot to reblog this before :I better late than never I suppose
david: told you you were awesome