Kazuo Oga Background Art Exhibition Posted By yonghow on July 23rd, One of the perks of living in a big metropolis like Tokyo must be the wide and wonderful choice of art exhibitions. Words can do little justice to the sublime beauty of his work, and no, its not quite the same as looking at the pictures from any of his published artbooks — this one you really need to see the original works up-close to truly appreciate their technical and aesthestic brilliance, right down to every deftly applied brush-stroke. Ghibli fan or not, if you are lucky enough to be in Japan right now, or are planning to come within the next 2 months, it runs till the end of September , this is one event you simply cannot miss; it might very well turn out to be the best highlight of your entire Japan trip. The prints you are looking at are some samples from the special collectible book released only for this exhibition, containing all of the pieces on display.
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However, you can quote images or text without asking permission on your educational or non-commercial blog, website, or Facebook page as long as you give me credit and provide a link back. Students and teachers can also quote images or text for their non-commercial school activity. On ConceptArt. Oga said: "Basically, I use poster- color.
Poster colors can show brightness or depth of color and, above all, it is easy-to-use. He also alternates the parallel stripes of the cultivated areas with the wild shapes of the foreground. Look at how he builds gradually toward the mysterious dark under the tree. He keeps the grouping of far trees in the center of the picture close in value. The result, for all its complexity, is quite simple in tonal and coloristic design, an important consideration for animation backgrounds, which must be understood quickly.
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