Critical opalescence is a strikingly beautiful effect that is seen when water is heated to 374 C under high pressure. In that critical state, the fluid is continually fluctuating between gas and liquid, and the fluctuations are seen visually as a multicolored sparkling.
I think this is a wonderful metaphor for the creative process.
Jasmine's pond of dreams
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Sorry for the post delay
Sorry for the post delay. This wasn't due the usual post delays- rain, sleet, snow... nothing will stop us from our appointed rounds. But I was under the weather. On top of that, the deadlines at work never cease. The beast must be fed. I hope to post the storyteller's log later this week. In the meantime, here are some old caricatures I did during my days at Disney feature animation.
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Mike Gabriel, Joe Grant
Dave Pruskima, Jim Pentacost
Mike Gabriel, Angelique Yen
Ron Clements, John Muster
?, Tom Sito
Burny Mattison, Will Finn, Nik Riniri?
Francis Glebas, PhD. in fantasy