Silver Butterfly

The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough.
Lee Hi Feat. G-Dragon

—That Rose


This is what I was looping in the whole day.

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FROM TOP #08 TOP: I Actually Felt Strange. There Was Something Weird in The Air on The Shooting Day. Those Feelings Were Really Mixed Up With The Photos Taken From That Day. I’m Really Satisfied With The Fact That We Created a Unique Synergy As My Mentality Fits Well With The Atmosphere on That Particular Day.

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Steel Javelin Blade 

  • Dated: 17th century
  • Place of Origin: India, Mysore
  • Measurements: blade 56 cm long

The slightly curved, tapering blade on a turned baluster haft, has an incised forte with symmetrical elaborate floral and vegetal motifs, mounted on to a long wooden shaft.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Bonhams

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From concept to finished design; here are a few images from the production of Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away (2001). You can get a nice look at the work put into a single production background image starting with a sketch, a full colored and detailed comp; which is then eventually drawn and painted again as the final image used for the film.

Considering that the average film has over 1,000 different shots; you can start to appreciate the work that goes into hundreds of fully painted backgrounds for an animated film. And these images aren’t even showing the work that goes into scouting locations, finding references, or even the initial thumbnail sketches and comps for one single background image!

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