Tag: animation

May 18

Motion Comic Magic- ‘HellBoy: the Fury’ motion comic

I just saw this posted at BackFromTheDepths.com and had to post it here at MotionComicMagic.com. It’s a Motion Comic using art of Mike Mignola and Duncan Fegredo. War ensues between the forces of good and evil as Hellboy finally confronts the Queen of Blood one on one, setting the stage for a new chapter in …

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May 09

Cartoon Boot Camp 2012 – into to Stop-Motion Animation artwork

Promotional illustration for my Cartoon Boot Camp class at the Cartoon Art Museum- Intro to Stop-Motion Animation. The class runs the week of June 11 to 15, 2012. Sign up at: cartoonart.org/2012/04/cartoon-boot-camp-summer-2012

Apr 27

2012-07-09 Comic Book Creation – Cartoon Boot Camp – ages 10-14

I will be returning to the Cartoon Art Museum to teach another summer of Cartoon Boot Camp. Our third week is July 9th to 13th, 2012 – Comic Book Creation. You can sign up for all 3 of the Cartoon Boot Camps at our GUEST LIST PAGE << click here   July 9–13, 2012: Comic Book …

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Apr 27

2012-6-11 Introduction to Stop-Motion Animation – Cartoon Boot Camp – ages 10-14

I will be returning to the Cartoon Art Museum to teach another summer of Cartoon Boot Camp. Our second week is June 11-15, 2012 – Introduction to Stop-Motion Animation. You can sign up for all 3 of the Cartoon Boot Camps at our GUEST LIST PAGE << click here   June 11-15, 2012 – Introduction to …

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Apr 27

2012-6-04 Character Creation: Superheroes – Cartoon Boot Camp ages 10-14

I will be returning to the Cartoon Art Museum to teach another summer of Cartoon Boot Camp. Our first week is June 4-8, 2012 – Character Creation: Superheroes. You can sign up for all 3 of the Cartoon Boot Camps at our GUEST LIST PAGE << click here   June 4-8, 2012 – Character Creation: Superheroes Time: …

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Apr 21

Motion Comic Magic- the Blue Dog

Time for a little “Practice-what-I-preach.” I have been posting examples of re-purpose artwork (comics, illustrations, photos) for animation for a while, but I have not posted much in the ways of my own animation. I do cartoons and illustrations, but also do some work with motion graphics and animation as well. In fact I am …

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Mar 02

Motion Comic Magic – Animating children’s drawings “evolution”

(via http://blog.sciencefictionbiology.com tweet) My posts here at MotionComicMagic.com are all about re-purposing art created for different purposes into animation. For example: Motion Comics take the art from comic books and repurpose it into animated. Well, this cool example that I am sharing with you today is the same idea, but taking the art of children and …

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Feb 20

Motion Comics Magic – RigIt character animation script for AFX

I have been busy on some projects, but I took a break to try a new script for Adobe After Effects … RigIt. I am always looking for tools that can help an artist animate their artwork whether the artwork is from their comic/illustration or created specifically for a protect. RigIt is a script that …

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