Wow. Just, wow. This is an amazing short animation collaboration between Walt Disney and Salvador Dali. Unbeknowest to me (like a lot of things), this was released back in 2003 but only after unearthed again 58 years since it's inception in 1945. The entire film is a surge of imagination with every bit of barren surrealism that you'd expect from Salvador Dali, coupled with the wonderfully rendering of a Walt Disney's climactic animation (a la Fantasia). Not to mention the romantic musical backdrop by Armando Dominguez and vocals by Dora Luz. Enjoy!
Well, I managed to slip up on the most recent bronze pour that our class conducted...a bitter reality to face, but for good reason. It wasn't out of neglect, no! I don't loaf, son!! Rather, I feel that my new sculpture is a bit more ambitious than my previous (the molar) so I didn't want to squeeze out an inferior piece of art just for the sake of satisfying a quickly-approaching deadline. Instead, I've been taking careful consideration into forming my wax model and, in one extreme, reconsidering the overall composition to the point that I had to dismantle and adjust the entire tentacle configuration of the octopus. That's right, I said octopus. I'm making an octopus...atop a human head :D I think my newer piece will ultimately make up for any shortcomings...what do you think?
I MADE THIS!