In the late 19th century, artists from various regions of Russia began to paint in a new style, known as "Siberian" or "Neo-sib." This style brought more realism into animals, landscapes and still life. One of the founders of Siberian painting was Masha and Veronika Babko. Their paintings were part of a gallery collection in Munich before being stolen by the Nazis during World War II. A recent work by Thierry Noir entitled "St Studio Siberian Mouse," pays tribute to these lost artists. It is a slideshow for four screens with a time lapse effect that turns one minute into 33 seconds, making it twice as fast as usual motion graphics animations. The artist claims to have used an experimental computer animation tool called "PixelFade" with a proprietary algorithm to make this work of art. The resulting technicolor picture, in which the colors seem to move, is a visual poem that takes viewers into a mystical world where time seems to slow down.
This slideshow was named one of the "Top 10 Fastest Online Moving Images" by PC World magazine in 2007. In 2014 Thierry Noir released a higher definition version in HD 1080p. This time lapse effects was created using 24 higher-end computers and a custom software he created for this purpose, named "PixelFade 2". The files were 8 gigabytes in size each and took one month to finish. The "PixelFade 2" software is available for both PC and MAC platforms. The HD version can be downloaded onto Windows or MAC computers. This high definition version is the same speed motion of the original but uses more advanced graphic software, so it can also be used with older computers. This slideshow was named one of the "Top 10 Fastest Online Moving Images" by PC World magazine in 2014.
Thierry Noir is currently working on a new project which is already more than 90% finished. A new documentary about his work will also be released in 2015, with an accompanying book of artwork and notes by him, entitled "Thierry Noir: The Art of Animation". The documentary will be shown on Public Television stations in the United States and Canada as well as Prime Video. This slideshow was named one of the "Top 10 Fastest Online Moving Images" by PC World magazine in 2015.
On December 3, 2015, Thierry Noir announced his first web series: The Art of Animation. It was released on YouTube and other digital channels worldwide and will continue to be released until 2036 (the year he created it) at the subscriber's request. Hernan Gonzalez from kartoonkrant Magazine wrote about The Art of Animation: "You have probably seen animations that seem to move almost too fast for good, but this series is a different issue. The drawings themselves are made by Thierry Noir, who is a French artist living in New York. His work is inspired by surrealism and the French painter Henri Rousseau. The animation itself has been painstakingly created using a new technique called "pixel fade". 'Pixel fade' appears to make the animation move at two times the speed we usually see them, but in reality it's just one drawing, shown twice as fast thanks to an innovative software developed for this. This does not mean that what we see on our screens is actually moving faster than reality, but it did take more than 40 computers and 1000 minutes of animation time to get the end result you see now on your screen.418eeb4e9f3265
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