Monthly Archives: April 2016

Eagles, eagles, eagles

Halfway through the film I’m making my character will be transforming into an eagle, and I’ll have to make him walk around, so I’ve been studying a bunch of gifs and videos of eagles walking. Forgetting the beak and claws, they look so … Continue reading

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Slight revision…

Just found out that in the early 1800’s, the British Museum was still hosted within a late 17th Century mansion called “Montagu House.” It looked nothing like the British Museum today, whose oldest features only date back to the 1840s. … Continue reading

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Research for End-of-Year Film

The topic I’ve been assigned for my end-of-year 1 minute animation project is Tuberculosis in the 18th Century. The brief is to explore and represent the ways in which this disease was understood at the time and how people related/reacted to it. “Consumption” was … Continue reading

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