Wednesday, July 17, 2013

My first Animations: Paff 1 (1996), Paff 2 (1997)

Animation is hard, but harder if you do it by yourself and you only have a windows 95 pc with a pentium I processor and a free mouse. So, you only need two things: imagination and time, and i used to have a lot of these things when i was younger.
In those times, i usually worked with Corel Draw 5, Paint Shop Pro, Adobe Premier 1.1. and a shareware program called Dave´s Tga Program Animator.

In 1996 i made "Paff 1" a silly short animation and was published in the CD-ROM inside PC MANIA (nÂș57)  (July, 1997; spanish computer magazine) (click here to download ISO). In these times, i was more interested in making electronic music than animation or painting, also animation were complicated than make music, but lot of people told me to continue and finally i made in 1997 the sequel "Paff 2".

The Music

Music and sounds are very important in animation. In these two animations you will hear some themes and of course, sound effects mostly made by myself.
In Paff 1, you can hear a Bob Marley song called "Don't rock my boat". In Paff 2, you can listen to Timothy Brock & the Olympia Chamber Orchestra ("Industrial march") , Fatboy Slim ("10th & Crenshaw") and The Palace Brothers.

So simple animations, but so fresh!
I hope you will like it!

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Paff 1

Paff 2

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

"Cactus in freedom", Eusebio Guerra, 2012

Eusebio Guerra
Cactus in freedom
Acrylic and canvas.
30 X 23 x 2 cm / 11.8 x 9 x 0.8 in

Prints available at Fine Art America
Prints available at Society 6

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