Elements for A World In Sepia

I draw these illustrations with sepia ink on arches smooth paper. Then the scanned drawing is cut out in Photoshop (thanks to Shannon for his help and patience :0) ), and then exported to After Effects. Each element is placed along the camera track that my buddy Dale creates in AE. The technical process to make everything work nicely for the stereoscopic screening is complicated.
- I don't think this has been done before using After Effect. But what can I say Dale is a wiz!

If you happen to drop by Quebec City you'll have a chance to see this little part of a short film called "Facing Champlain" in the Museum of Civilization. It'll show there for ten years.

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