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Our teacher suggested us to practice different styles for our portfolio soo… I tried Jin Kim’s style and failed miserably. BUT I tried.

I had a lot of fun and I actually was dying to work on George Blagden’s expressions since I watched this scene. Concept artist problems.
Anyway! I’ll keep practicing this style.

my crazy interpretations
  • Dear Evan Hansen: *crying*
  • Les Mis: *crying in French while all of the gays die*
  • Spring Awakening: sex
  • Amelie: French sex and mystery
  • Hamilton: rapping about founding daddies
  • Great Comet: aND ANDREY ISNT HERE
  • Next to Normal: just feels amazing???
  • Newsies: sTrIKE STRIKE STRIKE + some gay
  • Bonnie and Clyde: the exact musical about murderers on the run that you wanted
  • Heathers: it's not murder if you say sorry

Scarlett Johansson in Ghost In The Shell, dell’artista cieco George Redhawk.

“Oltre a essere un artista sono anche il creatore del cosiddetto effetto Redhawk, una tecnica che ho sviluppato per animare le fotografie senza movimento”.

Dai un’occhiata al modo sorprendente in cui George realizza le sue opere.
https://it.notizie.yahoo.com/tecnologie-future-george-redhawk-174658502.html

  • what she says: i'm fine
  • what she means: Aaron Tveit and George Blagden both read passages of the brick to enrich their interpretations in Les Misérables, and where George Blagden noticed Grantaire's adoration for Enjolras, Aaron Tveit mainly picked up on Enjolras' charisma, fervor and faith in the rebellion. That's very flavour of meta and i don't know how to deal with it please send help
Lines in Broadway Songs You Must Belt Out NO exceptions
  • how we gonna pay how we gonna pay how we gonna pay LAST YEAR’S RENNNNT
  • SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEOOOOORGE
  • TWO FOUR SIX OH ONEEEEE
  • I BELIEVEEEEEE that Satan has a hold of you I BELIEVEEEEE that the lord God has sent me here and I BELIEVEEEEE
  • RIIIIIIIISE RIIIIIIIIISE RIIIIIIIIIISE RIIIIIIIIIIISE RIIIIIIIIIIIIIISE
  • kiss today goodBYEEEEE
  • its the LAAAAST MIDNIGHT so goodBYEEEE ALLLL
  • but the WORLD WAITS im alive at last and im full of JOYYYYY
  • and all that JAAAAAAZZZZzzzz
  • I want to be RAIN BOW HIIIIIIIIIIGH
  • LIFE IS A CAB-AR-RETTTTTTT
  • I’m flying highhhhhh defYYYYYYYing gravity (i mean if you can hit that F. If you can, good for you. i hate you. we all hate you. get away from me)

Basically, artists and songs that I enjoy listening to in my French-learning endeavor. As any playlist, it’s completely subjective, as well as a tad bit messy (since I’m not very systematic when music is concerned so expect time eras to overlap freely), but I hope you will like it anyway!

Also in this series: Random Music in Spanish | Italian

  • Édith Piaf – no surprises here, she really is a classic (and understandably so). I also love older music, so it wasn’t long before I was obsessed with a couple of songs. Personal favorites are Les Mômes de la clôche [x] (this one is reeeally old, it dates back to 1936!), L’Accordéoniste [x], Sous le Ciel de Paris [x] and the universally known Non, je ne regrette rien [x].
  • Zaz – definitely a more recent one, even though she has covered many classic pieces; I’m mostly in love with her jazzy voice and vocalizing. The first song I listened to was Je Veux [x], but I would also recommend On Ira [x], Gamine [x] and her wonderful cover of Dans Ma Rue [x] (be ready to bawl your eyes out). 
  • Michel Sardou – whatever your opinion on the movie La Famille Bélier, it’s difficult to deny that its musical side was pretty cool. Listen to Je Vole [x] (here goes also Louane’s version [x]), En Chantant [x], and, if you are a les Mis fan, enjoy him Enjolras-ing in the Original French Concept album [x]!
  • Stromae – I’m well aware he’s actually Belgian, but I shall use the term French to designate the language here. There’s probably no further need to recommend him as I’m sure he’s pretty well known, but I like him so much that I’ll do it anyway, haha. Personally, I enjoy his original take on Bizet’s Carmen [x], Tous Les Mêmes [x], and of course Papaoutai [x].
  • Georges Brassens – a singer-songwriter that inspired many (and among those Fabrizio De André), his witty lyrics and rich voice are timeless. Listen to La Mauvaise Réputation [x], Mourir Pour Des Idées [x], and Les Passantes [x].
  • Joe Dassin – I’ll be honest and admit that I don’t have extensive knowledge of his discography, but I do know Les Champs Élysées [x] and truthfully it such a fun song to sing along to that I just had to include it in this list.
  • Les Choristes – actually a movie and not an artist; I first saw it in my last year of primary school and had its soundtrack stuck in my head for weeks. If you like choirs, these songs should be a good fit: Vois Sur Ton Chemin [x], La Nuit [x] and Caresse Sur L’Océan [x].
  • MIKA – kinda sure you’ve heard of this guy ;) There’s not much more to say other than his songs are extremely catchy in any language. The only ones I know well are Boum Boum Boum [x] and Elle Me Dit [x], but I’ll gladly listen to more if I find them!
  • Dalida – the Egyptian-born Italian-French singer (!), who tragically committed suicide in 1987, sang both in French and Italian. Personally, and for obvious reasons, I am more versed in her Italian production, but I can say that T’Aimer Follement [x] is a huuuge earworm for me, just like the French version of Ciao, Amore, Ciao [x] (I’ve got to warn you, though, if you aim for a native-like pronunciation don’t imitate her, for as far as I can tell she has a discernible Italian accent).

Animazione della maschera da geisha ad opera dell’artista cieco George Redhawk.

“Oltre a essere un artista sono anche il creatore del cosiddetto effetto Redhawk, una tecnica che ho sviluppato per animare le fotografie senza movimento”.

Dai un’occhiata al modo sorprendente in cui George realizza le sue opere.
https://it.notizie.yahoo.com/tecnologie-future-george-redhawk-174658502.html