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Author Archives: Richmond
Welcome to Art-Eater! I’m Richmond Chaisiri. You may remember me from such articles as “Darkstalkers and the 12 Principles of Animation” or “A Buddhist’s Guide to Asura’s Wrath.” Today I’m here to tell you about the real world influences behind … Read the rest
Warning: This post contains many plot spoilers for the film Mad Max: Fury Road. Please don’t read any further if you don’t wish to learn of major plot points and themes in this wonderful film.
We (Richmond & Andy) were … Read the rest
I recently saw The Last: Naruto the Movie in theaters. Thought I’d share some quick thoughts.
Warning: minor spoilers ahead!
Still with me? Good!
One of my favorite things about Japanese animation and comics is that on top … Read the rest
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May 12, 1999, 15 years ago to this day, the best game I’ve ever played was released into the world. That game is Street Fighter III: Third Strike, easily my favorite game of all time. I’ve spent countless hours on … Read the rest
Today, December 7, is the Rakugaking’s birthday. To celebrate, here is a small sampling of some of his pieces from his Hot Pot Girl’s exhibit (best show ever). Some of these original pieces are still available to purchase from Giant … Read the rest
Sega has bought Atlus. Now lets make this happen folks!
If you love the art of Dragon’s Crown, check out our in depth look at some of its influences:
Congratulations to Tokyo for winning the bid to host the Olympics in 2020!
Watching the latest Dragon’s Crown trailer I was delighted by the density of historical and pop cultural references they managed to sprinkle into every shot. Dragon’s Crown is the latest game from Vanillaware, best known for … Read the rest
by Andy Lee
So the trailer the next generation of Pokemon is out!
I still remember the joy of getting Pokemon Blue on my birthday… and then I realize that was nearly 16 years ago. Pokemon has persisted … Read the rest
Just saw The Hobbit last night. Fun movie! There was one character design choice that I thought was really interesting.
Did you notice that thing dangling from the Goblin King’s neck? My friend called it a “neck scrotum”, but in … Read the rest
The following is an interview with Wolf Smoke Studio, one of the most exciting young animation studios in the world today. Wolf Smoke Studio animated the highly acclaimed Batman of Shanghai shorts for Cartoon Network’s DC Nation block: