Frame Grabs &Luzzati & Gianini 19 May 2009 07:58 am

Ali Baba

- Ali Baba is another beautiful film from the Luzzati-Gianini team. The film is adapted from the book by Luzzati done for Pantheon books in 1973. I’ve made some frame grabs:


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The film includes a lot of pans. Some of them quite long.
Doing cut-out animation, under the camera, with arduous pan movements
was a very tricky operation. You never knew if you were going to have a bump.
Today, in Flash or AfterEffects, you can see it immediately and repair any problem.

3 Responses to “Ali Baba”

  1. on 19 May 2009 at 12:20 pm 1.Rudy Agresta said …

    Here’s a link for all to enjoy Luzzati’s PULCINELLA. Simply breathtaking!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOoXZxYKqvI&feature=related

  2. on 19 May 2009 at 2:04 pm 2.Dan Caylor said …

    This guy’s work is heavily influenced by Rouault. I love it :)

  3. on 28 May 2009 at 8:28 pm 3.Tom Krepcio said …

    I did a post on Luzzati as an illustrator whose work is ‘stained glass like’.

    http://www.krepcio.com/vitreosity/archives/001826.html

    Thanks for posting all the Luzzati/Gianniini stuff. I’ve always loved Luzzati’s designs, and the films.

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