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A hurried journey through a dream sequence. An animation made using inks, acetate, and an old SEGA graphic board video game from 1985.  Visit my website to see…

A hurried journey through a dream sequence. An animation made using inks, acetate, and an old SEGA graphic board video game from 1985. Visit my website to see…

Pokébiome.by John Schlemmer.“You may be familiar with the work of Steven Crosby (rocketbloc™). His Pokébiome Illustrations are wonderful, and I approached him a few weeks ago asking if I could take a crack at animating them. Here is the result of the first of three animations in the collection. I bet you can guess what the next will be!”

Pokébiome.by John Schlemmer.“You may be familiar with the work of Steven Crosby (rocketbloc™). His Pokébiome Illustrations are wonderful, and I approached him a few weeks ago asking if I could take a crack at animating them. Here is the result of the first of three animations in the collection. I bet you can guess what the next will be!”

20 Insanely Talented GIF Illustrators You Should Follow

20 Insanely Talented GIF Illustrators You Should Follow

20 Insanely Talented GIF Illustrators You Should Follow | 20 Insanely Talented GIF Illustrators You Should Follow

This animation actually surprised me a lot. Although it contains no music, the story is still catchy and clear because of the realistic sounds you hear.

This animation actually surprised me a lot. Although it contains no music, the story is still catchy and clear because of the realistic sounds you hear.

ALLERGY TO ORIGINALITY - YouTube  The article by Duncam discussed how today's youth work and feed off of each other to continuously improve their own videos, and how much of today's YouTube videos are a part of the remix culture. I felt it brought up the issue of originality, and the age old question of whether anything is original? This video dives into this question.

ALLERGY TO ORIGINALITY - YouTube The article by Duncam discussed how today's youth work and feed off of each other to continuously improve their own videos, and how much of today's YouTube videos are a part of the remix culture. I felt it brought up the issue of originality, and the age old question of whether anything is original? This video dives into this question.

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