Amateur animator and filmmaker. Member of Toonwerks animation group (as th1rt3en). Film buff.
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shanellbklyn:

dynastylnoire:

stair-diving-with-hayes:

Ladies and Gentleman, the man that will be in history books. He was throwing the burning tear gas. Not to the cops but away from the children protesting. In his American Shirt and bag of chips. Check his twitter.

BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOST

HE HAS ALSO STATED NOT TO PURCHASE THE T-SHIRTS THAT ARE BEING SOLD WITH HIS IMAGE BECAUSE HIM NOR THE TOWN OF FERGUSON WILL SEE THAT MONEY! 

Just needs to be stated again! 

Not to the cops but away from the children protesting”

Visuals of Wall•E

Shape - Circle/Sphere

Last time I talked about squares and cubes, so this time we’ll talk about the contrasting shape motif in this film: circles and spheres.

If squares are the motif for the past, then circles are the motif for the future. Or more specifically, they are the motif for space and mankind’s future in it. Technology is sleeker in the future, planets are round, and Buy N Large pushed mankind into space. Let’s take a look at some examples:

1) Many sets on the Axiom’s upper decks are circular. The escape pod is a great example and the framing puts emphasis on the circular window.

2,3) Earth, other planets, the rocket, and even the satellites (hi Sputnik!) are predominately round.

4,5) Buy N Large’s logo is pretty much just letters inside circles. It’s also the only source of rounded buildings on Earth (before Eve shows up, more on that next time).

8) Otto, the main villain in the film, is under orders from BNL to keep the ship in space. He is just a captain’s wheel and perfect for the circle motif.

6,7,8) Again, the sets on the Axiom are circles. The bridge and the pools on Lido Deck are just big ol’ circles! (I didn’t know we had a pool!)

10) Circles are also Eve’s motif, since she is not from Earth. She herself is an egg-shaped robot and when on earth, she seems to hang around all the circular buildings.

Next time I’ll be expanding on the contrasting motifs involving Eve and Wall•E. I’ll be showing how the filmmakers managed to use the correct motifs in areas you might not have though about.

-FedoraMark