Joanna Quinn is an English award-winning Animator, most notable for her work on The Canterbury Tales (1998), Famous Fred (1996) and films following anti-heroine Beryl.
Her commercial clients include Charmin (toilet paper), Whiskas (cat food) and United Airlines. All these commercials have Quinn’s distinctive drawing style, always animated by hand, on paper.
Body Beautiful (1990):
Joanna Quinn – How I Animate
It’s about spending time together. from ainslie henderson on Vimeo.
Watch the amazing expressions, especially Oliver’s in the back seat just as he starts to quietly cry. Another beautiful short by Ainslie Henderson… and a great example of films from ‘Memory’.
Moving On from ainslie henderson on Vimeo.
A beautifully animated music video which I have shared with some of you before.
This short documentary, focuses on the group work that was needed to bring Sleeping Beauty to fruition, with many artists achieving a continuous style and design. It then follows the different styles of Disney artists and their approach to painting the same tree, exploring their different approaches to the study of nature.
Final Year Film
First Year Showreel
Since finishing at Gobelins, l’école de l’image in 2009, Patrick has gone on to work on films such as The Tale of Desperaux, Despicable Me and Despicable Me 2.
Patrick currently works at Dreamworks’ Oriental division as a Senior Animator.
For this coming week let’s focus on some perspective drawing techniques. Developing this will help our understanding of space and volume as well as observational skills.
Start to fill your sketchbooks with basic shapes and progress to objects you find, drawing them from different perspective points. After exploring these you should advance your work to producing an environment in One-Point Perspective.
Robert C. Jackson
Joseph Mallord William Turner
Leonardo Da Vinci
Shapes in Perspective Construction Tutorials:
How to Draw Perspective – Draw With Jazza
Introduction to Linear Perspective – Alphonso Dunn
Drawing Elipses in Perspective
Sourced from IDsketching
One Point Perspective Room