"It's rare that a picture earns comparisons with Chaplin's City Lights and Kubrick's 2001. It's rarer still that said picture is also praised as intelligent, visually remarkable, darkly funny, and ultimately, heartwarming family fare. However, critics say the good folks at Pixar have done just that with WALL-E, perhaps the studio's most audacious film yet. Set in a dystopian future, WALL-E is the tale of a garbage-collecting robot navigating an unpopulated Earth. Soon he's joined by EVE, a female bot searching for vegetation, and falls head-over-treads in love. Critics have been heaping praise on Pixar for years, but there's a reason for that: The studio re-invents the rules of CG animation each time out. The pundits say WALL-E deftly blends slapstick, political satire, heartbreaking romance, and masterful storytelling into a one-of-a-kind movie experience. At 97 percent on the Tomatometer, WALL-E is not just Certified Fresh. It's not just one of the best-reviewed films of the year. It's one of the best-reviewed films in Pixar's history."
...yeah im excited.
Monday, June 23, 2008
So unfortunately I had to end my internship a bit early but my boss Doug just emailed me the pilot of his series "10 Seconds of Hell" that I worked on for a bit. Check it out.
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
So I started taking an online digital painting class with the awesome Bobby Chiu over at schoolism.com It lasts 9 weeks and every week we get a new assignment. This guy is crazy talented though, I don't feel worthy learning from him, haha. If you didn't click his name above, check out his work here