Character Designs for Brave

Character Designs for Brave

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tdylan:

Amazing Backgrounds from 101 Dalmations

Walt Disney Studios, 1961

Ken Anderson, art director and production designer

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xthatperfectgirlisgonex:

The Art of Frozen - Storyboard (Let it Go)

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creativesomething:

Imagine that you have a transparent, plastic cup placed in front of you and thousand of brightly colored jelly beans off to the side of it.

Your job is to fill the cup up. You take one jelly bean at a time and place it into the cup, one after another stacking them sporadically until the cup…

serialthrill:

Branding Ideas by Nguyen Le

serialthrill:

Branding Ideas by Nguyen Le

"Ginsberg sees where this is all going: The lounge supplanted by a mainframe, creative giving way to quantitative. Humans ceding ground to robots. Perfectly nice orange couches swapped for ones entombing the stale farts of indolent copywriters. They may be trying to erase the artists, but they can’t erase that couch. One day it will also be full of farts. The farts of inspiration. Of victory. If they can just get it into that cramped office."

— Mark Listani (via fyeahmm)

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Which dancing Ken is the best Ken?

titaniatullycicero:

A)

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B)

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C)

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There are no wrong answers.

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thefrakkintrinity15:

Roger Sterling, Mad Men S7

thefrakkintrinity15:

Roger Sterling, Mad Men S7

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adisneysketch:

Storyboards by Kevin Gollaher

The Princess and the Frog

From ‘The Art of The Princess and the Frog’; published 2009