Here's my powerpoint file that I used for my presentation on Chuck Jones.
These are the slides from the presentation, MIchael Chesworth's site is crashbangboom.com and these are all available on his site. The file is a power point but if it's too big everything is on the site.
Alright, If you want to check out more of James Jeans work I recommend the following:
This is his blog, where he posts images of projects he is working on and sometimes comments briefly on his process. Prepare yourself to lose an hour or two going through the blog archive.
This site also has his store where you can buy his book, prints of various projects, and if you have a ton of extra cash you can buy some of his original art.
This is his online portfolio. Shows all his published work, as well as a lot of unpublished stuff from his sketchbooks.
This site is basically an illustrated story/conversation going back and fourth between James, and Kenichi Hoshine. It hasn't been updated in a long while, but it's got some really interesting stuff.
Here is some more information on the Artist/Designer I did my presentation on.
tori amos (sleeps with butterlies)
Did the digital background information.
Link to Hitachi Ad Site
Aya did all the design and concept work for this online game/advertisement
" I am purely making this pleasureful moment a remembrance of being alive. This is foundation of all my work." A.K.
linked is the powerpoint for my artist presentation on john and faith hubley.
other websites of interest include:
fun searchwords for animations on youtube.com:
"john faith hubley," "upa cartoon," and "eletric company animation"
Here is all the stuff you need to know about good ol' Carl Barks:
Carl Barks, the Good Duck Artist - http://www.geocities.com/~jimlowe/barks/barksdex.html
Wikipedia Article - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Barks
Publications - http://coa.inducks.org/creator.php?c=CB
My artist/illustrator/graphic designer is Milton Glaser
And here's a link to the video I showed in class:
I think the whole movie is uploaded on youtube, just follow the parentheses order. The movie, Angel's Egg, contains little dialog and very small amount of vigorous actions. It makes up for that using Amano's drawing abilities as well as the kind of quirky story.
Below are some of the images I presented in class. Also, I've posted the link to Laurie Hogin's website. ENJOY! I highly recommend reading through some of her writings, it will help you to better understand her work.
This was Andy Warhol's illustration for Glamour Magazine when he decided to change his name from Andrew Warhola to Andy Warhol.
Here are some places to experience Egon's work!
This is at the MIA, so very close!
This is an interesting thing that I have not see for any other artist, a musical tribute!
First and foremost, check out these two videos.
I am telling you guys, these videos are extremely interesting and informational, so be sure to click the links!