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Flexograms are magical. Here is a template for one that turns inside out. I made this template for myself quite a while ago and came across it recently. I am not sure where I originally found the idea. This jpg … Continue reading
I recently made a fleet of ships for an upcoming image in Ammo magazine (http://www.ammomagazine.co.uk/index.html) and thought it would be fun to play with the ships again and see if I could add a little motion. The ships were attached to … Continue reading
Phenakistoscopes are one of the simplest forms of animation… a disk with slits and a series of images in a pie format. Phenakistoscopes have a black backing and are attached to a base so they can freely spin. The animation is viewed in … Continue reading
The Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood has a paper classroom that you can download, print and create. I love the look of this scene. Note that the boy is wearing donkey ears. My oh my. I wonder if they … Continue reading