Memorable Moments in Animation: Character Design 20-11

(Concept art for Bronogh (pronounced bro-nuh) by Tomm Moore, The Song of the Sea)  (Concept art done by artist Hafiz Faisal)  I am so sorry it has taken this long for me to finish this post. School has been busy and tortuous so by the time I get home I am too exhausted to make anContinue reading “Memorable Moments in Animation: Character Design 20-11”

The Art of Anne Bachelier

 (This scene depicts the masquerade ball where the phantom appears, terrifying all with his threats and intimidating appearance. I think this shows the true extent The Phantom went to hide his appearance and seem unreachable. There is a deep sense of unrest in it as well, even as his cloak reaches ominously for the partygoers.)  Continue reading “The Art of Anne Bachelier”

Elemental Masters Series written by Mercedes Lackey

I am not an adamant fan of fantasy literature. There I said it. (Sorry if I offend. If it makes you feel better, I am probably more well read them most my age and enjoy one of the widest variety of novels and genres you will ever see). Though I enjoyed novels like Eragon andContinue reading “Elemental Masters Series written by Mercedes Lackey”

La Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast) 2014, 2/4

I happened upon this film accidentally while perusing videos for my Beauty and the Beast presentation for my middle school classes (which resulted in my finding an incredible French singer Indila —–> VIDEO). I was skeptical when I watched its trailer but intrigued enough after several months of debating to give the film a try. I won’t spendContinue reading “La Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast) 2014, 2/4”