Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Help!!!

Hello everyone!
A few days ago, while I was looking at one of you guys's favorites, I found this picture that I really like. I saved it but I forgot to save the web site I found it in. I'm getting really frustrated because I can't find it again. I think the artist was part of a japanese studio called "studio... something!" (a number maybe??) I don't know... The title of the document is "home_droite".

That's all I know!

Snif...

Here is the picture:




So if someone knows which artist did that, please (please!!) let me know.

10 comments:

Sara J said...

Well, unique anime style, japanese, with a number in the names...

i think is Studio 4°C. a very famous Japanese animation studio. if u have seen "Animatrix" you will know them.

http://www.studio4c.co.jp/

sorry i can't tell u the artist who drew the sketch.

Sebastien Gallego said...

YES! I think that might be the one. Thank you very much Sara!
Have a great day,

Seb

Kelsey said...

The artist is Koji Morimoto. He's the absolute best of the best. I love this guy. Check out his art book called "Orange"

It's huge and filled with goodies. :)

Sebastien Gallego said...

Thank you so much Kelsey! Is there another website beside http://www.kojimorimoto.net/fr/
and the studio4c website
that you would recommend to get stuff from him?
I love his work. I'm ordering Orange right now!

Jose Domingo said...

yes, Studio 4C, Koji Morimoto

films by Koji Morimoto:

-tokyo godfathers
-millenium actress
-perfect blue.

check also Tatsuyuki Tanaka, another wonderful artist from 4C, and his book "cannabis works"

http://www.kojimorimoto.net/fr/studio4c_tanakat.htm

Sebastien Gallego said...

You know, I like Tatsuyuki Tanaka's art almost better than Morimoto's. Instant classic!
Thanks for sharing Jose!

Jose Domingo said...

ooops! my brain was fooling to me, those films are not by Koji Morimoto. are by Satoshi Kon, wonderful anyway!!

sorry for the mistake :P

Sébi said...

Il s'agit évidemment d'un dessin de Uderzo, paru dans le journal Tintin en 1961. Un collector, assurément.

Sebastien Gallego said...

Jose: Thanks for the infos!

Sebi: LOL! :)

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