Amy Sol Glowing halo-bright, rippling rich with blushing tones, as fine-featured as Guinevere looking down from atop Joyous Gard, and just as regally fey, Amy Sol’s work feels like the coalescing of many mythic souls and even more secret wishes into solid carapaces of ethereal charm.
I always had a thing for hand animated camera move and turn around… I can’t tell exactly why… probably cause it gives me the feeling I can manage everything and show exactly what I have in my head. that can seems stupid but it makes me feel like, sculpting the animation more than drawing it.
Hi everyone… sorry to answer so late the first is a shot I did in ”Myosis”(link) the second was an ”exercice”(link) in 1st year at gobelins the third is a shot I animated for the short ”Oni”(link) realized with friend as an FX exercise. the last (it was the more painful to do) is a shot extracted from our opening for the Annecy animation Festival ”Hurley’s Irish”(link)
To capture that dimly lit, smoke-choked atmosphere of the 40’s and 50’s-era clubs is to feel the jazz in your bloodstream and tap your toes to the meter. For his portrait series, Garth gathered a certified Super Team of Earth’s Mightiest Jazz Heroes: Fitzgerald! Thelonious! Gillepsie! Coltrane! Assemble!