These first two movies by Hosoda are so good. Blew my mind compared to the TV series as a kid!
Deliverance (Director’s Cut)
Buster Keaton (October 4, 1895 – February 1, 1966), “The Great Stone Face”
A man famous for directing and acting in silent films, his deadpan expression, physical comedy, and, featured above, his stunt performance. This man did all his own stunts, and they are amazing.
Objectively the greatest physical comedian to ever live.
Thick Masaaki Yuasa Taizen - Sketchbook for Animation Projects will finally be released next week in Japan.
Oho! Just in time for my trip to Japan… I’m definitely going to look around for this baby!
Awkward writing moments in American comic book history.
PHYLICIA FUENTES / SASZ KcATp / :35
I made this for the 2011 Five Second Day after only having worked at Titmouse for 2 months on a project that was about to wrap up. It was my first animation job ever and I was extremely eager to stay, so I wanted to make something that would express my personality and also show my team spirit for what I considered to be the coolest animation holiday ever. I worked really hard over one weekend to make this, and I’m still really happy with how it turned out! I remember anxiously waiting for it to play during the screening, wondering if everyone was going to think it was really weird or stupid. It got a really big laugh though! I was not only relieved, but happy that it helped people remember who I was. And I got hired back after too!
Oh hey look! Memories from my beginnings in animation! Thanks Shirts ‘n Shorts for featuring my film, U guyz R gr8 !!! You should follow ‘em and check out the cool variety of work they post from really talented people in animation!
I just assume this footage is playing in a constant loop inside your brain
So it was April Fools’ Day and we needed to blow off some steam at work doing storyboards for Bojack Horseman… I opened my pal Michael “King of Smears” Ruocco’s scene and made some subtle adjustments during our lunch break. I was hoping the song at the end would be the show’s theme song, but alas it was not to be.
Specially uploaded for Michael!
…saying “no” gets easier with practice and repetition.
And having the right script—a starting point, so you’re not starting at a blank screen—can make all the difference.
Here’s a universal script that works for just about any scenario:
Thanks for your note. I’m so proud of you for ___—and I’m flattered that you’d like to bring my brain into the mix.
I need to say “no,” because ___.
But I would love to support you in a different way. [Offer an alternative form of support here]
Thank you for being such a wonderful ___. I am honored to be part of your world.
[A few closing words of encouragement, if you’d like]
[Your name here]