Art by Gabrielle Rose. I live in Oakland, CA. Watercolor and ink are my favorite media. Get in touch at hello@drawgabbydraw.com.

Painting.

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"Visual Thinking"

Some vintage Jim Henson for your Sunday.

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Here is an ink blob how-to video, not because ink blobs are hard to make but mostly because I like making short videos. 

Also whimsical song because I know tumblr loves whimsical.

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WALL PAINTING : SupaKitch & Koralie

Really lovely video of a wall painting process. Not a time lapse, and better for it.

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If you’ve been following me for a bit you know that my bro-in-law and I collaborate sometimes on things. Here’s our most recent little video. I did a little animation, which he cleaned up a bit, and then he added the sounds (or is it music?). 

Visit Dave’s soundcloud. Also, here’s our collaborative Vimeo account.

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I made a silly, doodley, 5-second animation. Whee! 

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"Gregor thinks a lot. Maybe even too much…"

Petra Zlonoga's first hand-drawn animation.

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The ridiculously talented May Ann Licudine (Mall) shows us how she made this gorgeous, very detailed doll, which is named Rabbito by the client who commissioned it. Not only is the doll lovely, so is this video. Hop over to Vimeo to watch it in HD.

Also, here’s her blog post showing process sketches for the doll, and here’s a photo series of the completed toy.

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Here it is, a time lapse of the drawing Cloud Eater. I did this with Photobooth, sitting in front of my laptop with the screen tilted way down, so the quality is not super duper great. For the next one, I’ll try to borrow a good video camera.

P.S. More time lapses here and here.

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eatsleepdraw:

EatSleepDraw TV : Artist Interview : drawgabbydraw

For our first artist interview we sat down with Gabrielle Rose, better known as http://drawgabbydraw.tumblr.com, to talk about how her environment influences her work, her goals, and other thought provoking art related questions.

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Oh my gosh, it’s up! Watch my derpitude in all its glory. (It’s pretty derpiously glorious.) Lee is super nice and this was super fun! I hope you all still think I’m smart after hearing me talk. 

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Ink bleeding into water, sped up x2.

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Earlier this week I mentioned wanting to see the Pixar exhibit at OMCA.  After traveling all over the world it is finally back home in Pixar-land (that is, California East Bay). Dave and I went on Friday, and it was great!  So many sketches and storyboards and color mockups.  I enjoyed seeing how each character developed over time to eventually become what we know and love from Pixar’s films.

But maybe the best thing, the coolest, most neat-o thing, was the ZOETROPE. This Toy Story zoetrope was inspired by a bouncing Totoro zoetrope at the Ghibli Museum in Japan. This video was taken when the exhibit was elsewhere; at OMCA it didn’t have Woody’s narration (and was better without it, I think).  Watch it above!  Read about zoetropes here.

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