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"Jamie's Got Tentacles" by Samka Productions Gael BECU (background paintings) Thomas GREFFARD (Backgrounds design)

"Jamie's Got Tentacles" by Samka Productions Gael BECU (background paintings) Thomas GREFFARD (Backgrounds design) Ellen's note: I like the style, specifically the tree shapes, color variety, and how it's overall simplistic yet still populated

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First Thought - I like how this image provides a diverse range of views of a very similar environment. This could be reflected in animations via a change of seasons etc.

A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: "Giant Woman"      Art Direction: Kevin Dart      Design: Sam Bosma      Paint: Elle Michalka, Jasmin Lai

A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: "Giant Woman" Art Direction: Kevin Dart Design: Sam Bosma Paint: Elle Michalka, Jasmin Lai.

Clément De Ruyter:  Irregular flat polygonal organic shapes painted on top of each, creating abstract patterns on these conceptual environments. They boast plenty of details but manage to keep a hierarchy fairly orderly, with some being more important than others, while the use of analogous colours helps make the images feel consistent. The whole thing feels like a dream, a mix of mystical, magical and fantasy, in an abstract way.

Irregular flat polygonal organic shapes painted on top of each, creating abstract patterns on these conceptual environments. They boast plenty of details but manage to keep a hierarchy fairly orderly, with some being more important tha

A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: Onion Trade      Art Direction: Elle Michalka      Design: Steven Sugar, Emily Walus      Paint: Jasmin Lai

A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: Onion Trade Art Direction: Elle Michalka Design: Steven Sugar, Emily Walus Paint: Jasmin Lai

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The three scenes are contrasting to each other, showing variation between the landscapes, so younger members of the audience can clearly define different locations.