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Tower Bawher

It seems that there are several “illegal” postings of Tower Bawher on the net. I don’t mind that my films are posted – the only thing that I care is that they are seen by people, and make them angry, or happy, or evoke emotions. NFB just put the film legally on their web site, in better quality.

I know that a special site for the “XX century” trilogy (which Tower Bawher and Drux Flux are part of) is being prepared, with additional materials, interviews, and information.
But I’m quit happy that there people are copying it and make it visible on their own will.
Well, the quality is not excellent, but it is ok for me. I quit like the compression artefacts on my films. It adds something quite unique on every post…
So there are links to some of the postings, I don’t know for how long they will be available.

An old CD

Just found in a very, very old CD those old posters. I was already in Montreal (or just before I arrived ) when I did them, but still working for some theater companies in Sofia. 1998-2001.
I absolutely forgot even that I did those posters. I even don’t think that I have printed copies of them ( except the posters for Trainspotting) The others are lost somewhere, I guess… Memories… At this time of my life I was doing between 15 and 30 posters annually. Which is more than the posters that I did in Canada for 10 Years…This is exactly the difference between hectic Bulgaria, and the slow motion Canada. I’m still not sure what I prefer though…

The Dove

Hamlet in a piquant dressing
A poster for French institut in Sofia for the XXI century.

Trainspotting theater play

Posters from 2008

Here are some posters from last year.

Anilogue festival, Budapest, Vienna

Rio Loco music festival, Toulouse.

The Man Who Waited poster

Plus des images!

Et voici, qulques images du film “Champlain retracĂ©” Plus d’info sur le film:
Champlain NFB web site

All those images are stereoscopical Real 3D in original.
All images are copyright of National Film Board of Canada.

Champlain sketches

In 2008 I was appointed as an art director, painter and a lead animator, as well as After Effects 3d artist for the 3d stereoscopic film “Tracing Champlain” commemorating 400th anniversary of Quebec. It was a 7 months intense day &night work. I did a 4 min. fully animated piece in the film, but also painted the 2 paintings for the film, 1 of them is still exposed at the Quebec Museum of Civilization. Here are some of the preparatory sketches, and research work for the paintings, and the film.

Melissa destroys the initial painting. Scene from the film.

Melissa destroys the commissioned painting. Photo from the film.

The priest sketch.

David Kirke portrait and calligraphy.

Melissa works on her painting.

Sketch – Grave du Pont.

Color esquise for the painting.

Initial sketch, 1 painting – Champlain arrives in Quebec.

Some poster illustration from year 2008

British Animation Awards posters – 2008

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