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Saturday Recommendations: Cartoons for inspirations?

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ParaNorman   |   http://paranorman.com

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Wreck-It Ralph   |    http://disney.go.com/wreck-it-ralph

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Adventure Time   |   website

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Fantastic Mr. Fox   |   http://foxsearchlight.com/fantasticmrfox

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Mary and Max    |    http://maryandmax.com

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Monsters, Inc   |   http://disneydvd.disney.go.com/monsters-inc.html

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Regular Show   |   website

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Toy Story   |    http://disney.go.com/toystory

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Wall - E   |    http://disney.co.uk/wall-e

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My Neighbor Totoro   |   website

Just a few of the amazing cartoons for inspirations. If you want to share your favorite cartoon - leave it in the comments below!

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28 Apr

Saturday Recommendations:  Vector Tuts+   |   http://vector.tutsplus.com

Yesterday I was just too busy that I forgot to update this section so I decided to do that now. I’ve came across this really awesome tutorial in which they show you how to create an illustrated self-portrait in a geometric based style. It’s a quite popular type of illustration with a really cool outcome. If you have some time, try it out and post your final piece here!

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19 Nov

*Saturday Recommendations* 

Soundtrack for Everyday Adventures   |   http://lullatone.com

"For this album we tried to make songs that could soundtrack all of the little things in your life feel like they are special parts of a film. Maybe not too dramatic parts, or intense parts, but just everyday magic kind of stuff."

After years of composing music for films and commercials, Lullatone’s  Shawn James Seymour has broadened his musical language to include a palette of emotions absent in the group’s earlier slumber pop albums. On Soundtracks for Everyday Adventures, Lullatone explore the everyday magic of ordinary life - the reflective feeling of seeing a picture of your grandparents when they were a young couple, the thrill of riding your bike down a big hill, watching raindrops knock on your windowsill, the exhilaration of checking everything off of a to-do list early in the morning or simply going to buy some strawberries. It is a world where the mundane becomes meaningful.. and, at times, even magical. Artwork & Design by Sean Talley.

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22 Sep