Monthly Archives: February 2011

Personal Story. Futility 2.

One morning few years ago I sat by my computer in my nightclothes and was writing an email to an animator in Portland, OR when an airplane crashed into a building 3 blocks away from me. Quickly I put on … Continue reading

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Finding the right picture.

This is the main character of the film. She is here with the bunny, looking over to a shady alleyway. People always ask me what is the meaning of this bunny that I draw all the time. To me, the … Continue reading

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Personal Story. Futility 1.

I am a one woman operation. Every day I draw about 30 – 60 drawings and since I can’t afford an assistant, in the evening I scan them in myself. The simple, mentally undemanding task of scanning turns my mind … Continue reading

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Team Body

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