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This is part of the Trolls opening sequence. Concept art and fabrication by Me, AFX animation by Erik Tillmans and storyboards by Joel Crawford. Each asset was hand built with felt, paper and embroidery.

 My process started with presenting an animated gif to directors, Mike Mitchell and Walt Dorhn. Painting and working with the animation tool in Photoshop allowed me to design fluidly. I evaluated the story boards to plan out camera movement and work out character action. I knew the camera needed to push in through the dead Troll atop the cage, so I designed the town path to compliment this movement. Next, I focused on the buildings and set dressing. Bubbly poo shapes felt appropriate for Bergentown, while my colors needed variation within the muted palette. The real challenge of this piece was to find the exact materials that reflected the tonal range in grays and browns. I reserved my blacks for the cage and full saturation for the Troll Tree as it represents happiness. The result was three separate backgrounds, six hero buildings that could be flipped and duplicated in interesting ways, three Troll Trees, cages, and various set dressing assets. Each asset was photographed separately, edited and composited. For each scrapbook peice, I would deliver a psd packet to Erik to animate.

The full hand built set of the Bergentown transition.

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Haven’t posted my art in a while, so have this drawing I’ve had recently. Also, yes I did use Pokémon art academy, I don’t have a drawing tablet yet :/
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Time to self-indulge draw and I just REALLY wanted to see Allura in a sundress soooo..?

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maddymaydoodles  asked:

When I first watched Voltron I didn't know it HAD an opening cuz I binged it all in one day and Netflix skips the opening when you do that XD

Dreamworks! This  is the opening we deserve and you know it!

Btw I’m always after more 80s influenced jams, so if you guys could recommend me stuff that would be great. 2017 has been a horrifically mundane year for pop music. Damn is it dreary. 

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'Wonder Woman' Box Office: Nevertheless, She Persisted
Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc.'s Wonder Woman passed a number of milestones yesterday. First, with $747 million worldwide, it is officially past the $745m worldwide gross of Suicide Squad. Now, to be fair, the supervillain caper didn’t play in China, while the Gal Gadot adventure earned over $90m in that territory. But no matter, Wonder Woman is the biggest DCEU/DC Films earner in North America and the second-biggest behind Batman v Superman’s $873m worldwide take.

As you know, Warner Bros./Time Warner Inc.’s Wonder Woman passed a number of milestones yesterday. First, with $747 million worldwide, it is officially past the $745m worldwide gross of Suicide Squad. Now, to be fair, the supervillain caper didn’t play in China, while the Gal Gadot adventure earned over $90m in that territory. But no matter, Wonder Woman is the biggest DCEU/DC Films earner in North America and the second-biggest behind Batman v Superman’s $873m worldwide take.

The film has done so well, especially in North America, that I may have to pen a “Justice League doesn’t have to top Wonder Woman to be a hit” post in a few months. Having passed the domestic total of Deadpool ($363 million sans 3D and with an R-rating), it is the second-highest grossing comic book superhero movie ever without Batman, Iron Man or Spider-Man. And with a running total now ahead of Walt Disney and Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 ($368.7m versus $366m), Wonder Woman is all-but-sure to best the Marvel sequel to become the biggest domestic earner of the summer.

Heck, if it tops $410 million domestic, ahead of Spider-Man ($403m in 2002) and Iron Man 3 ($409m in 2013), it’ll be the third-biggest solo superhero movie ever behind Chris Nolan’s Dark Knight sequels. Now that’s no guarantee, as right now we seem to be looking at a $390m domestic total. But here’s the thing about the movie. It has continuously moved the goal post every day of its domestic release, from its $103.251m opening weekend (a whopping 2.71x multiplier, larger than any MCU movie) to its contentiously small weekend-to-weekend drops over the last six weeks.

The Patty Jenkins pic fell 43% in its second weekend, the smallest such drop for a major comic book superhero film since Sony’s Spider-Man back in 2002. It fell 29% in weekend three, the third-smallest third-weekend drop for a $100m+ opener behind The Jungle Book and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. In weekend four, confronted with Paramount/Viacom Inc.’s Transformers: The Last Knight, it fell 39% and then just 36% (over the holiday) in weekend five despite dealing with Universal/Comcast Corp.’s Despicable Me 3 and losing 529 theaters. This weekend, even with Sony’s Spider-Man: Homecoming doing its thing (and another 313-theater drop), it fell 37%.

It has now earned a 3.56x multiplier, which is already the fifth leggiest $100 million+ opener ever, behind Finding Dory ($486m/$135m = 3.6), Toy Story 3 ($415 million/$110m = 3.77), Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936.6m/$247.9m = 3.78x) and Shrek 2 ($441m/$108m = 4.1x). And DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek 2 opened with $21m via its Wed/Thurs pre-weekend launch. So once Wonder Woman gets to $392m, it’ll be the second-leggiest $100m+ opener and the leggiest that opened on a Friday. It’s certainly the leggiest comic book superhero movie that didn’t open on a Wednesday (or Tuesday) by a mile since Blade back in 1998.

As to whether it gets past Spider-Man or Iron Man 3 notwithstanding), it’s closer than I would have guessed even a week or two ago. Its $9.8 million sixth weekend was just behind Spider-Man and way ahead of Iron Man 3 ($10.3 million and $5.73m respectively) but with a larger drop (-28% and -31%) and a smaller 38-day total ($370m and $394m). Iron Man 3 wasn’t the leggiest blockbuster of our age, so it was essentially done by end of its second month. Spider-Man had another $33m to go, which if Wonder Woman follows suit puts it over/under $402m.

So, yeah, the fact that we’re even talking about a $410 million total is a measure of its sheer staying power. Wonder Woman has not only been incredibly leggy throughout its run, but it has maintained these legs no matter the obstacle. Losing screens?  Facing off against summer biggies?  Facing off against kid-friendly summer biggies that are good or great?  It doesn’t matter, the DC Films picture has acted as if other movies weren’t even in the marketplace. To use a recent political rallying cry, Wonder Woman has persisted no matter the variables.

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Hidden behind tall mountains, cold caves and thick forests, is the city of Penketh, a place where these days anything is possible, even for MARIA POSADA (19), who in another world resembled SEYCHELLE GABRIEL and was known as MARIA. Here in the city, however, she is no more than a HUMAN, with a FENCING ability. Interested? You are in luck! This role is OPEN.