The Magnificent Itch: Tuggerah Lakes Estuary Justin Cone June 13, 2013 Lovely stylized CG inspired by the illustrations of Charley Harper in this PSA for Tuggerah Lakes Estuary from The Magnificent Itch. ShareShare on FacebookClick to share on TwitterClick to share on LinkedInClick to share on Google+Click to share on RedditClick to email this to a friend 8 Comments joe June 13th, 2013 what a ugly crap. Ryan Matias June 13th, 2013 Charley Harper must be turning over in his grave. mario June 14th, 2013 indeed very awfully done. animation and look feels amateurish / childish and has no resemble to Charley Harper`s works. Steve O June 14th, 2013 It appears some people mistake ‘inspired’ for ‘exactly the same as’. They also must have insider knowledge of timelines, budgets, client input, etc. Nice work, I like the subtle painted look. mario June 14th, 2013 but I see absolutely no resemblance at all. you could as well state that it was inspired by edward hopper, paul gustave doré or bob ross. and deadlines are a very sad excuse for this low level style… Steve O June 17th, 2013 Your eyes Mario… Deadlines, in the real world, have an effect. If you want to do twice as many hours as you’re paid for in the name of ‘art’, carry on. Vladimir Tomin June 19th, 2013 Man don’t get me wrong but this is not the right attitude for a guy who was featured on Motionographer. All people here are dealing with crazy deadlines, and I’m sure most of people here are working way more hours they were originally paid for (I know I do). Not to mention tons of personal projects. It just … those two statements (“I don’t have enough time” and “if I had more money I could do better job”) are classic signs of amateur loser. I refuse to believe you’re loser, so stop acting like one. If you think Joe, Ryan and Mario are wrong, it is their right to be wrong, no need to get offensive and search for excuses. Justin Cone thinks you’re good enough. This means something. Steve O June 20th, 2013 Vladimir, this is not my video, I was merely commenting on a friend’s work. I understand the industry, thanks. Not being an amateur or a loser, I get paid for my own work. I should know better than to comment on the internet. Comments are closed.