RSA Animate

Me, Jim Batt and Kim Boekbinder did an RSA Short for the Royal Society of the Arts, illustrating Susan Cain’s speech on the power of introverts. It has a cat Steve Wozniak

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    • Molly says:

      8 hours! We started and stopped alot. Plus, I spent about a week storyboarding all the illustrations. Jim, the director, put in another week of editing

    • Molly says:

      8 hours! We started and stopped alot. Plus, I spent about a week storyboarding all the illustrations. Jim, the director, put in another week of editing

  3. Harper Eliot says:

    Oh! and the beginning really reminded me of a Patrick Wolf lyric:
    “And in this drought of truth and invention
    Whoever shouts the loudest gets the attention.
    And so we pass the mic and they’ve got nothing to say…”

  4. Harper Eliot says:

    Oh! and the beginning really reminded me of a Patrick Wolf lyric:
    “And in this drought of truth and invention
    Whoever shouts the loudest gets the attention.
    And so we pass the mic and they’ve got nothing to say…”

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