Cool icon for a secret organisation perhaps?
Super clever choreography in this Ikea spot, a catchy tune and a sudden urge to go live in a rotating house… ;)Ad of the Week is this simple yet captivating spot from Mother for Ikea, which sends a kitchen into a spin…
The spot advertises Ikea’s Metod kitchen system, which has been developed to allow flexibility for the various needs of families. To suggest that, the ad shows a busy family kitchen that is on a constantly moving carousel but where everything is nonetheless happening smoothly.
I don’t know the context of this picture but it certainly cant be good. Unfortunately my first thought was “godzilla” which is most likely very poor taste…
Still, reference is reference, and I’m sure a few of my followers would find it useful to have reference of a battle damaged building, so enjoy, and don’t hate me too much…
Q:Hello! I saw your post on STC Amy and I was wondering how exactly does one go about making a submission? What's required and where to submit and all that?
Here’s a link to a post on the STC online forums that gives a few pointers for artist submissions - go there to read the full thing but the most important part is:
If you have a sample of your own sequential (comic) work, that would be ideal as it would allow us to be able to decide on the spot. If you don’t have a sample, send Megadroid an example of your non-sequential art and he will e-mail you back a sample script. This script is three pages, and will not be printed in the comic. It’s just to give us an idea of your abilities.
Megadroid’s e-mail is:
If you send him a sample, it would probably be best to leave a note [in the thread] to let us know. He’s terrible at checking his e-mail, you see.
Good luck with submitting! :)
"If he doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will”
My male Cruella De Vil cosplay based on SakimiChans design. No fur coat yet though D:
Mirror universe Gok Wan? ;)
Fantastic cosplay and a great genderbend character design! :)
A self-initiated project from creative agency DBLG creates a charming stop motion animation using 50 3D printed model bears
Natalie Greenwood, a producer at DBLG says “We often undertake studio projects as a platform to experiment and above all have fun. Fascinated by 3D printing we embarked on a project to explore the use of stop frame animation using 3D printing technology. Collaborating with our friends at animation studio Blue Zoo we set ourselves the goal of creating a two-second continuous loop using a bear originally designed for our Animal Planet rebrand [which we covered here]. After four weeks of continuous printing we created 50 3D printed bears walking up stairs each making a frame of our animation.”
Cute animation and really clever use of 3D printing to bring computer modelling into a real world space - plus I could watch that little fella climb all day! :D