The Story of a Story is an attempt to translate the love and effort we put into every film we make.
The idea came while we were talking about how hard it can be for outsiders to understand the workflow behind what we do.
It can all seem a bit too magical and otherworldly (because in a way it is), but it’s also a damn serious process.
We wanted to explain how each step leads to another in the twist of a story and have fun with loads of different animation techniques.
An ode to our own job, ‘cause that’s how much we love it!
Thanks to Dennis Filatov and Calle Wachtmeister for the Music and Sound design
Kaibutsu Ehon (1881)
"The Kaibutsu Ehon (“Illustrated Book of Monsters”) features woodblock prints of yōkai, or creatures from Japanese folklore. Illustrated by painter Nabeta Gyokuei, the book is modeled after the influential works of Toriyama Sekien, an 18th-century scholar and ukiyo-e artist known for his attempt to catalog the many species of yōkai in Japan.”
Artwork inspired by Quentin Tarantino’s classic masterpiece, Pulp Fiction.
These stunning paintings and limited edition prints were created exclusively for Spoke Art’s “Quentin vs. Coen” art show, now on view in San Francisco.
Hey doods, here’s the process for my latest painting! Ah now that summer’s here I have so much free time to paint :D
I was practising action poses as motion for this piece, I even did a bit of motion blurring and spent more time on detailing!!! :O
I hope you all like it! :D
Credits goes to the Korean guy who made this idk his name but whoo nice one