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The animation of Allison Schulnik

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The animation of Allison Schulnik

Postby Charles » Sat Aug 18, 2012 11:41 am

Here's a look at the unusual work of Allison Schulnik in which she discusses how her paintings influence her animation and vice versa. Allison hails from San Diego and comes from a long history of artists in her family. She attended Calarts and focused on experimental animation. She lives in Los Angeles where she spends lots of quality time in her studio while interacting with the community in that area of town, mostly homeless people who she portrays in ways through her animation. This video is brought to the public by Beautiful Decay and Visual Creatures.


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