Saving the World One Imagination at a Time
Oh! dear is it over there in the US of A as well. Fortunately we (friends and family) have all managed to avoid it by luck I guess. You'd have been interested in a lecture I attended with the Norwich Twenty Group the other evening on the subject of painting in animation. Showed us a number of very varied works from a Russian sepia narrative that had me almost in tears, a group of geometric shaped dancers in bright colours and last (but I found quite disturbing) Blu's MOTO graffiti in Buenos Airies and another town in Germany combined. Good luck with your work load.
Thanks JoanThe flu has slowed me down a bit but I only had two really bad days. Now I'm behind in my script writing and your oil painting. The lecture does sound like my cup of tea. I've decided to stop working on other people's movies and focus only on my own productions. I'll email you later with some of the concepts I have for my movie projects and how you inspired those concepts.
Thanks my US of A movie pal. Look forward to reading the concepts of your current work. I also feel honoured.
get well soon~ I was snooping about looking for your art ... alas did not find it yet :)blessings to you...
Thanks LindaI'll try to have some art back soon:)
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