Glen Keane - for our Who is Rocket Johnson? book.
Day 6: Your Favourite Heroine
- Princess Kidagakash “Kida” Nedakh of Atlantis from Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001)
One By One directed by Pixote Hunt
Whoa, I’ve never seen this before? This is lovely! I had to go fact check it, because I had a hard time believing it was really Disney! BUT—
One by One is a traditionally animated short film directed by Pixote Hunt and released by Walt Disney Pictures on August 31, 2004, as an extra feature on the DVD release of The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride Special Edition. The short intended to be one of the segments for the proposed but never completed Fantasia 2006.
So uh, how, then, do I.. give this all of my money…?
Some warmups of my D&D character Lady Sugarsnap (halfling druid!), since I’m starting a new game where my friend Pat is the DM. Looking forward to exploring the town of Ja Rule.
Fuzzy bat break! Fuzzy bats with the wiggly ears and the flappy wings!
And now, back to writing.
That female Skull Kid I sketched ages ago. I based her on Medli, since Skull Kid has a little bill in Majora’s Mask and every incarnation of him has ties to music. It seemed fitting.
Chino Otsuka : Imagine Finding Me
Chino Otsuka uses photography and video to explore the fluid relationship between the memory, time and photography. At age 10 she moved from Japan to the United Kingdom to attend school. Her experience of becoming familiar with a new place, a different language and new customs while she was developing her adolescent identity has profoundly shaped her work in photography, video and writing. Her series Imagine Finding Me consists of double self-portraits, with images of her present self beside her past self in various places she has visited. As Otsuka says: “The digital process becomes a tool, almost like a time machine, as I’m embarking on the journey to where I once belonged and at the same time becoming a tourist in my own history.” - via AGO
I am unexpectedly weepy looking at this.
gosh that’s… moving in a really gentle kind of “mother your inner child” way…
It’s so good that I ALMOST SCROLLED PAST IT because I assumed they were just regular pictures
"…we needed a character who could act as observer…and we needed a victim. Max is both observer and victim, at one with the audience, who are also feeling victimized by this Grinch who wants to destroy one of our major refuges—Christmas.” —Chuck Jones, Chuck Reducks, Drawing from the Fun Side of Life
"Max" model study, mixed media (collage, graphite, xerox on 12 field animation paper) by Chuck Jones.