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Harry Potter: A Summary

  • Everyone: HARRY NO
  • Harry: HARRY YES

“Harry Potter is symmetrical.”
Not just symmetrical - this is ring composition, favoured by Homer and other good writers. The 4th book is at the centre of the ring.
JK Rowling knows her beans.

“Harry Potter is symmetrical.”

Not just symmetrical - this is ring composition, favoured by Homer and other good writers. The 4th book is at the centre of the ring.

JK Rowling knows her beans.

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elenaflutterby:

Tangled comparisons - concept art to the final film. 

why the fuck is the concept art so much better

I think their original intention was to make it look like a living painting. :/ But when The Princess and the Frog didn’t make as much money as they wanted, they decided to make it 3D. it’s a real shame.

I WANT ANIMATION AND SKILLED ART TECHNIQUES. (Not that computer animation doesn’t require technique.) BUT COME ON.

The final product is beautiful, and must’ve taken a long time to do, but the concept art is so much more unique, and fitting to the story. :/

Here’s the thing. Concept art is exactly that: conceptual ART. Of course it has the ability to be so much more beautiful than the final product; you’re spending a couple days or weeks painting a handful of single frames, rather than trying to produce 90 minutes of film at 24 frames per second. Think about that for a moment. 24 frames per second * 60 seconds per minute * 90 minutes = 129,600 frames. Each of those concept paintings could easily take an artist hours if not days to complete. Now imagine doing that 129,600 times. It’s simply not possible.

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wasting large amounts of time avoiding doing something you don’t want to do but the entire time you’re procrastinating you’re thinking about the thing you’re avoiding 

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