dragons-in-berk:

littlekristoff:

DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition- Animation In Action

"We need to get the animators really into the characters. So we have them perform it before we animate it. So often we’ll have a recording of a performance, and we can see the evolution of the scene. We’ll get up there and act with them."

Some funny to watch footage of animators flailing around like madmen. Mostly from Mr Peabody and Sherman and The Croods, and a little bit from Rise of the Guardians, but there is also some unfinished animation from How To Train Your Dragon 2 and even one shot from Home, Dreamworks’ next upcoming feature.

THEY WERE PRETENDING TO BE THE DRAGONS OMG I’M DONE

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Soooooooo CUTE 

<3

kris0ten:

astrid-horrendous-haddock:

thegrzebolable:

All official posters of “How to Train Your Dragon 2” 

*dies*

they’re so prettyful! n_n

bente36:

There was supposed to be more fake anime screenshot. Corny Fanfic ahead~
Preview:It all started when my best friend and I were seated on our usual place, usual position, side by side, shoulder to shoulder and hands on top of the other despite being just friends. We both insisted that this is just a friendly gesture.
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bente36:

There was supposed to be more fake anime screenshot. Corny Fanfic ahead~

Preview:
It all started when my best friend and I were seated on our usual place, usual position, side by side, shoulder to shoulder and hands on top of the other despite being just friends. We both insisted that this is just a friendly gesture.

Read More

nonsensology:

Just a little vent art.
Like everyone else, I am absolutely furious about how the Academy flat out disrespects animation. Here are countless artists and writers presenting you the work of their blood, sweat, and tears, and you don’t even bother to watch all of it and disregard it as 'kid's stuff'. How can you claim to represent motion picture art when you won’t even take one of the greatest innovative film techniques ever seriously.
How dare you.

nonsensology:

Just a little vent art.

Like everyone else, I am absolutely furious about how the Academy flat out disrespects animation. Here are countless artists and writers presenting you the work of their blood, sweat, and tears, and you don’t even bother to watch all of it and disregard it as 'kid's stuff'. How can you claim to represent motion picture art when you won’t even take one of the greatest innovative film techniques ever seriously.

How dare you.

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Spirit + landscape