Perceiving, Experiencing, and Celebrating Color (Since 1969)

Perceiving, Experiencing, and Celebrating Color (Since 1969)


In thumbing through some old magazines, Cartoon Brew Blogger Amid Amidi found an article in a 1969 issue of Lithographers written by coupled animators Eugene Fleury and Bernyce Polifka.

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With their acclaim seated in Disney and Warner Bros, their co-authoured article explains that many animators or artists have, and probably still, often ignored the expressive process in using colour, having been sated with compliance to colour theory and aesthetics. The article, kindly photographed and uploaded by Amidi, not only explains how and why the complete usage of colour is so important, but shows you simultaneously.


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