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Kseniya Simonova’s from The Ukraine. And here she is on Ukaraine’s Talent Show. Here in our bowl, we rate her higher than that Boyle woman, but what do we know? We know we like drawing and we’ve never seen it done this way. Both the image and the artist dances throughout. The text tells us that is a story of when Germany invaded the Ukaraine in WW2, but even without knowing that we were fascinated. If it is live, is it still animation?
About two weeks ago we stumbled upon Rinpaeshidan, a drawing team in Japan. We can’t get enough of them. There is something kind of magical on their willingness to draw on top of each other.
This is a good idea they had: to make a four panel drawing that they can switch around the panels like a puzzle. Check out their website too for more good stuff. I think we will be seeing a lot from this crew.