Posts Tagged ‘animation’

Gif-iti

Artist INSA creates “Gif-iti” in which he hand paints murals all around the world and creates gifs out of them. The process involves painting and photographing up to eight layers of murals and then animating them digitally into gifs. Be sure to check out more of INSA’s work.

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Feature ImageZoo Artist: Caroline Attia

Our feature artist this month is Caroline Attia. Her work on ImageZoo is just one side of what she does. Caroline is also an animator whose amazing work has received accolades. One of her favorite projects in recent months was a music video she illustrated and animated  for the song “Elevator Operator” by musician Jim [...]

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Perpetual Ocean Reminiscent of Van Gogh

No, it’s not a Van Gogh. The picture is from Perpetual Ocean, an amazing animation of the world’s surface ocean currents using computational data and satellite imagery from 2005 to 2007. The 20 minute animation was created by the NASA Scientific Visual Studio to help better understand the world’s ocean systems.  

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Congrats Caroline!

We’re very proud of Caroline Attia, an ImageZoo illustrator from France and also a very talented animator. Her animation has won a number of awards including Best Animation Award from Festiver. Check out some of her illustrations on ImageZoo.

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Animation Software for Creative Kids

Kids are getting more and more computer savvy these days so it’s appropriate that there is animation software geared toward kids as young as 6 years old. Toon Boom has received rave reviews from parents and teachers as well as numerous awards for its easy to use software, Flip Boom Classic. Check out some of [...]

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