Rain Reign*

Ask me anything   A collection of some amazing contemporary artists as well as some of the old masters here and there. Enjoy!

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The Aftershocks

I was asked to create a .gif of a house interior during an earthquake. The article chronicles the controversial aftermath of the devastating quake that happened in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009. I wanted to capture the movement of the “tremors” before the full-on earthquake, although this tremor is infinite, never resolving.
This image and the all the animation was made in Photoshop. thanks AD Erich Nagler!

Rebecca is amazing!

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How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Concept Art 

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"Morton Salt Company" oil on canvas, 12”x12”
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"Morton Salt Company" oil on canvas, 12”x12”

-for sale-

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HitRECord On TV // RE: The Other Side // Adieu Animation

CLICK HERE to watch “Adieu” from Season 1, with collaboratively hand-drawn animation by 22 artists on hitRECord and music written & performed by joerud.

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Featured Curator: Ali // ctrl-glitch

Mathew Lucas, known as 89A, is a digital artist from Northern England. He’s been making his eclectic, fun, and experimental GIFs since 2011. When asked what inspired him to start making animated art, he said:

“Mainly it was a means to an end. I had to learn some new software and get my head into some basic motion graphics and 3D for a job. Then I fell in love with making gifs. It’s a great outlet for the weeks when you are working on a project with a little or no creativity. Just pop open Cinema 4D and have a play — see what comes out.”

Some of Mathew’s biggest inspirations include Matthew DiVito, Alec Mackenzie, David Whyte, and Iain Acton

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The wonderful Illustrations of Vishnu M Nair

Vishnu M Nair    Art student


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BG paint for “Into the Bunker”  Top image drawn by Ian Worrel, painted by Jeffrey Thompson. Bottom three images drawn & painted by Art Director Ian Worrel

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