Category Archives: Video
This is the video of a TV program, in Brazil, about graffiti, called : Grampo MTV.
I wanted to cause a positive reaction, by transforming a neutral or negative space into something happy and positive.
Today is my little boy’s birthday! He is 4 years old! Time goes so quickly!
The past 4 years has been the best years of my life!
When I was pregnant, I used to think about all the things that I would teach my son, but, little did I know that I would learn much more with him!
Happy Birthday son! I love you!
This is a song that I started to like, after I became a mother
In times like these, with all these terrible news around the world, caused by humans or nature, it’s when we remember to appreciate what is really important in life. We are alive! We can do so much to help one another. Sometimes we take everything we have for granted and we complain about silly things!
I cried so much when I saw this video that my friend Nove showed me.
This man is my new inspiration in life!
A beautiful animation by Carlos Lascano.
Every time I see this video, it makes me smile. It makes me feel like I’m there at the Fair.
The film was an independent production, directed and animated by Malcolm Sutherland with music by Kevin Kardasz, and was produced with financial assistance from The Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec.
Aleksandr Petrov is a Russian animator. When I saw this video, it took my breath away. Soo talented!
He uses pastel oil paintings on glass, a technique mastered by only a handful of animators in the world. By using his fingertips instead of a paintbrush on different glass sheets positioned on multiple levels, each covered with slow-drying oil paints, he was able to add depth to his paintings. After photographing each frame painted on the glass sheets, which was four times larger than the usual A4-sized canvas, he had to slightly modify the painting for the next frame and so on. It took Aleksandr Petrov over two years, from March 1997 through April 1999, to paint each of the 29,000+ frames. For the shooting of the frames a special adapted motion-control camera system was built, probably the most precise computerized animation stand ever made. On this an IMAX camera was mounted, and a video-assist camera was then attached to the IMAX camera. The film was highly acclaimed, receiving the Academy Award for Animated Short Film and Grand Prix at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival. (from Wikipedia)