I was pretty much blown away by this charmingly atmospheric SF indie animated short, sent to me recently by its creator Seattle based Designer/Animator Ian Obermuller. This first episode in a planned series revolves around an amnesiac lost in an alien jungle where he encounters a mysterious doctor and his strange companions…
Self Absorb is an extremely http://www.mindanews.com/buy-paxil/ quirky blend of cartoon visuals, black humour and general weirdness – love it! especially the vocal FX. The Animation and imagery were created using a combination of After Effects, Illustrator and of course Photoshop.
Find out more about Ian over at his blog: http://www.diskmountain.blogspot.com/. This Video is via Vimeo, here’s the source http://vimeo.com/17044348 .
Two reasons for posting here, firstly I wanted to share this wonderful selection of ink renderings detailing some extremely elaborate – and therefore gorgeous – medieval armor. Secondly I wanted to point readers towards the original source of this material: Bibliodyssey a superb blog that features a raft of historic Illustration and draftsmanship. in a similar vein to A Journey Round My Skull Bibliodyssey, with its ever-expanding archive of ultra-rare imagery, is absolutely essential reading…
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The Illustrations are taken from Volumes of ‘Dictionnaire Raisonné du Mobilier Français de L’Époque Carlovingienne à la Renaissance’ (Dictionary of French Furniture from the Carolingian era to the Renaissance) Dating from the 18th Century.
See more Knight Attire at the original source: http://bibliodyssey.blogspot.com/2008/03/knight-attire.html