Am a huge fan of stop-moton and am sharing this project here to help spread the word for the creator of this project. igg.me/p/522398/x/4743112
Time/Space Reflections is a Sci-fi/Fantasy story about an inventor in the future that loses her twin sister tragically. To cope with her grief she creates a Time/Space Portal that can go to other dimensions.
Meanwhile, there is another twin in a parallel universe creating a portal for similar reasons, she looks identical to the futuristic twin, but in this case she lives in a fantastical renaissance world and she is using alchemy rather than science to create the portal.
When the portal opens, they see each other for the first time, and there is much happiness and jubilation - but they are from different times and worlds, what will be the consequences if either of them dares to cross the portal?
This story reflects who we are: our grieving process, our happiness, our sadness, our inventiveness, it explores our emotions, and our universal humanity.
Also out if interest (and since we are on the subject now anyway ) what is your personal favourite style of animation? For example, do you prefer the computer animated, or lean more towards drawing animated, or maybe stop-motion like the project above. What about styles, do you enjoy the traditional disney style most or lean more towards Pixar type animated movies, Don Bluth animations? or perhaps prefer the Raymond Briggs adaptation type of animation? Or perhaps another style altogether? Just curious
Hi, not sure what to put here really.. I'm from the UK, I'm fairly shy & quiet until I get to know people, & quite introverted, but I'm always happy to meet people/make friends.
I enjoy reading, drawing, writing, taking photos, & some other stuff you can read about in the section below....
As you can probably tell from my uploads, I adore animals and nature, and they are mostly what I sketch (or photograph) but I am trying to learn to draw people as well.
The link below leads to the Blanford & Sturminster Newton branch of Cats Protection, I don't have a website of my own to link to anyway, and I volunteer for them (social networking) so I'm putting up their link up instead: