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The Creators Project Talks To Special Effects Surrealist Wizard Andrew Huang About His Work

by • October 17, 2012 • Design, Film, Inspiration, Style, World Of ArtComments (0)169

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I was blown away when I discovered Andrew Huang‘s incredible short film SOLIPSIST this past March.  The short is a breathtaking example of visual effects can merge with carefully considered arts and crafts for extraordinary effect.  Recently, the team at The Creators Project caught up with Andrew for a conversation about this sources of inspiration, and his evolution as an artist.  It’s always amazing to see an artist who understands how to effortlessly dance the thin line between two much computer-generated imagery and too little hands-on style.  Andrew seems to have a fascinating intuition for how to maximize the magic between these two worlds, and it’s going to be thrilling to follow him and his work through the coming years.  For more from Andrew be sure to visit him on Tumblr and his main website AndrewThomasHuang.com.  And in case you haven’t yet seen SOLIPSIST I’ve attached it below as well.  To read The Creators Project’s brilliant feature profile of Andrew simply head over to TheCreatorsProject.com.

Source: The Creators Project
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