Tag: The Invention of Hugo Cabret
I saw Hugo in 3D tonight. I am now going to praise it a bit: The film’s use of 3D was the best I’ve ever seen. Yes, it is the best 3D film yet made. All those people who complain: “eh, it doesn’t really add anything.” In this case, it does. But even with one [...]
Got a Wacom tablet… and other random things I’d like to say at this point in time thank you very much and how long can I make this title anyway? I guess this is too long already so I’ll just stop
Animation studies Whew, busy month! It’s week 3 of class 4 of Animation Mentor. Last week I got through blocking out another practice shot, which I’m continuing to add breakdowns to and I hope to start splining soon; next week will consist of polishing. I’ll upload a video eventually… maybe. Drawing In other news revolving [...]
Posted: July 15th, 2011 under Animation, Drawing, Movies, Non-fiction books.
Tags: Animation Mentor, Cars 2, Hugo, Stan Lee's How To Draw Comics, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, The Lion King 3D, Wacom
Here are the 2011 movies I’m most interested in. Some I definitely want to see in theaters (the ones with a star), and some I just want to keep an eye on and I’ll decide after watching previews and hearing other people’s reactions. (Animated films I almost always want to see in theaters. March 4, [...]
Posted: February 9th, 2011 under Movies.
Tags: Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn, Atlas Shrugged, Cars 2, Cowboys and Aliens, Death Note, Happy Feet 2, Hugo Cabret, Kung Fu Panda 2, Mars Needs Moms, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, Now, POTC: On Stranger Tides, Power of the Dark Crystal, Rango, Rio, Source Code, Super 8, The Invention of Hugo Cabret, The Muppets
I was hoping to finish reading the book Lamentation today (I’ve got about 60 pages to go) when certain family members insisted that I read a book called The Invention of Hugo Cabret. It’s a pretty simple read since much of the book is pictures, and I finished it in a few hours. It was pretty [...]