Rotoscoping was a technique Disney animators frequently used to recycle footage from older animated films. They would draw over existing animation cells to make new scenes with characters with similar designs, characteristics, and movements. This technique helped save time and money. You can also watch pt 2 embedded below. Movies featured: Sleeping Beauty, Beauty…
Amazing timelapse shows Valeriano Fatica skilfully carve a watermelon into a dragon’s head.
Gain a new appreciation for art as the Nerdwriter dissects Jacques-Louis David’s famous painting, The Death of Socrates (1787). For those interested, you can see the renowned work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York (Gallery 614 – David and Neoclassicism).
When they start to move, things get really interesting! The models were painted by award-winning, fine art body painter Johannes Stötter. Be sure to check out our previous posts on Johannes’ incredible artwork here and here.
In this video Michelle Erickson recreates an 18th century puzzle jug from the permanent collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
The “Weapon of Mass Instruction” drives the streets of Argentina, giving away free books to anyone that promises to read them. The modified 1979 Ford Falcon was built by Argentinian artist Raul Lemesoff in celebration of World Book Day, which was on 5 March 2015. The Book Tank is capable of carrying roughly 900…
This is what happens when you place an IKEA painting in a museum and tell art experts it was done by the famous IKE Andrews.