So our Flipbook Exhibition vol.3 was succesfully finished on March 22nd, and I am really greatful for our customers who came to see our artworks.
But still, there are lots of people who could not come to the exhibition, especially my friends in the U.S. or other countries, so for those poeple I would like to introduce our pieces on this blog eventually.
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1)ばじぃさん/Bazzy:『うらにわには…』/"In the backyard..."
A cute flipbook drawn on a big post it papers. The last part is a Japanese joke of "niwa(garden)" and "haniwa(clay-made doll that ancient people used for praying)."
You can always feel some sence of comfortableness in the movement or beauty in the metamorforces in Yoichi Inada's flipbooks. This piece just shows the transformation from flower garden to butterflies but it makes you feel you would like to keep the beauty of it.
Keiko Koyama's piece has cutsy characters and the dynamic development with humor. Ninjas train themselves by jumping grasses which grow really quickly, the guy here is doing the same training and then what comes next to the grass...?
Takashi Hara is a CG artist at this very famous game company, but as you can see, his talent is not just tied to it. One of his piece "Yummy Garden" is about a humorous relation between the victim and the predator, and "Elephant Garden" shows you an unpredictable scenes.