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The folks over at Skullmapping created this fun series of animation projections that portray a miniature chef (Le Petit Chef) laboring to cook a meal atop a real dining table. Each clip is mapped perfectly to the table setting to create the convincing illusion the tiny chef is interacting with everything on it, and some objects, like a fork, are incorporated directly into the animation itself. So far they’ve made two: Bouillabaisse and another where he whips together a grilled steak.

Perfect idea no only to share the table with friend but even to keep the kids entertained for a while 🙂


Ira Elshansky grew up in Moscow, Russia. After two years at Moscow State Textile University, in 2010 Ira moved to Israel and studied animation at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design. Her films “Connection”, and “White Gold” have been screened and won prizes at festivals around the world. Her graduate film “Warm Snow” in now having it’s world tour. (I have copied the text!)

Here you have more details as I consider is by far more important to share nice information, that taking recognition from my amazing writing XD

I love the short film “Connection” as I see myself every morning like this lady.

It is a real pleasure to find such a beutiful things in life.

Thanks Ira!

Comics has been mainly done by men and for men; but thankfuly this is not anymore for few years.

There is a long list of women making incredibly beautiful pieces of art in the comic sector.

I will mention some of the most well known names in Europe but I pretty sure I will leave some other out, so feel free to add them into the comments 😉

The ilustration on top belongs to Sonia Pulido a fantastic designer and cartoonist from Spain, her pinterest will bring you into her personal eye.

Since the 80’s in Spain were creating good designs in the magazines “Madriz, El Cairo and El Vibora”; the top girls involved into this opera were Laura Perez-Vernetti, Ana Juan, Ana Miralles, Sonia Pulido and Clara-Tanit.

Since then the groups has been getting bigger and there are new subjetcs into the erotic side of the female perspective like “El Toro Blanco” (The White Bull) by Laura Perez Vernetti; who has been sbject in many universitary studies due her talent and unique style in the erotic side in the comic industry.

Encyclopédie de la bande dessinée érotique contains 150 designers ilustrating the sexual view into cartoons. Laura wasn’t inclusive by surprice of many.  Giovanna Casotto and the Spaniards Monica and Beatriz publising “Las pequeñas viciosas” (Viciousland) were on the list showing clearly that the erotic comic created by women and for women is not well known yet.

Ana Miralles has been making incredibly erotic piece of art like this previous ilustration part of the comic called Djinn.

The list is long enought to keep you interested in discover a new side creted by women, so here are more names if you are interested to jump into their fantastic creations:

Rosa Montero, Anne Herbauts, Simone Lia, Gabrielle Bell, Jeanne Puchol, Barbara Yelin, Kati Kovacs, Diana Schuzt, Purita Campos, Consuelo Gil, Trina Robbins, Chantal Montellier, Asun Balzola, Marika, Victoria Martos, Héloïse Guerrer, Angeles Felices, Juliana Buch, Trini Tinture, Clara- Tanit Arque, Esther Gili, Maria Colino, Enkaru (Encarnita Robles), Ester Garcia Punzano, Maruam Naville, Laura Baron, Emma Rios, Raquel Alzate, Victoria Frances, Marjane Satrapi, Julie Doucet, Aurelia Aurita, Debbie Drechsler, Joanna Schipper, Allison Bechdel, Miriam Katin, Dominique Goblet, Sonia Pulido, Olga Carmona, Lola Lorete, Anne Herbauts, Nicole Claveloux, etc…

This is just a bite into the comic industry done by sexy women 😉


Animation is the process of creating motion and shape change illusion by means of the rapid display of a sequence of static images that minimally differ from each other. The illusion—as in motion pictures in general—is thought to rely on the phi phenomenon. Animators are artists who specialize in the creation of animation.

Animations can be recorded on either analogue media, such as a flip book, motion picture film, video tape, or on digital media, including formats such as animated GIF, Flash animation or digital video. To display it, a digital camera, computer, or projector are used.

Animation creation methods include the traditional animation creation method and those involving stop motion animation of two and three-dimensional objects, such as paper cutouts, puppets and clay figures. Images are displayed in a rapid succession, usually 24, 25, 30, or 60 frames per second.

This is pure copy and paste from Wikipedia as my body is fighting a massive cold, so here we are 😉

Some additional nice information 😉

Cheatin’, de Bill Plympton is one of the masters in underground animation able to create a film by himself with only 400,00 euros!

Plymptoon Studios is one of those getting well known for the quality they produce, so keep an eye on them 😉

Travis Knight is the creator and CEO of LAIKA a fantastic studio wich is close to win the Oscar with the film Coraline.

Reel F/X is another one that recently produced The Book of Life with the help of the Mexican Director Guillermo del Toro.

Some of the others are Song of the Sea,  The Tale of Princess Kaguya, and  Rock in My Pockets.

I could keep going for days but my eyes keep closing, I hope you will take the time to watch some of them and go further into the animation paradise 😉

La Linea (“The Line”) is an Italian animated series created by the Italian cartoonist Osvaldo Cavandoli.

The series consists of 90 episodes, each about 2–3 minutes long, which were originally broadcast on the Italian channel RAI between 1971 and 1986. Over the years the series aired in more than 40 countries around the world.

This serie is pretty nice as you can see an constant interaction in the animation and probably the most inocent factor which is missing in many cartoons on TV.

The cartoon features a man (known as “Mr. Linea”) drawn as a single outline around his silhouette, walking on an infinite line of which he is a part.

The character encounters obstacles and often turns to the cartoonist, represented as a live-action hand holding a white grease pencil, to draw him a solution, with various degrees of success. One recurring obstacle was an abrupt end of the line.

The character would often almost fall off the edge into oblivion and get angry with the cartoonist and complain about it. He was voiced by Carlo Bonomi in a mock version of Milanese that resembled gibberish as much as possible, giving the cartoon the possibility to be easily exported without dubbing.

The voice resembles Pingu’s, the Swiss animated penguin, which was also voiced by Bonomi.

The first 8 episodes of the series were, in fact, created to publicize Lagostina kitchenware products, and the accompanying narration identified Mr. Linea as “Agostino Lagostina, a sharp little man with a truly expressive nose.” After the 8th episode, however, the series broke its association with Lagostina