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An "image album" is an LP created specifically for Japanese animations, to give a sense of characters' personalities. In Japan, sound is as important as visuals. Characters in every film and animation, even inanimate objects or feelings, have their own songs created for them. Protagonists have entire albums created for them. These audio impressions are equally as important as visual and tangible physical elements. What results is a multi-sensory experience. The "image" album soundtrack is when the composer is presented with early graphics/imagery to the film and creates a unique soundscape based on the images that will turn into the film. The songs are based on the image/atmosphere of the original comics. They are created before OST or film itself.

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Spirited Photo + Film is a photographer and videographer capturing destination wedding and elopement moments . Owner Savina is an experienced image-maker who has spent years capturing the smiles of friends, family, and those celebrating their big days. For her, photography is about preserving the memories to be cherished and revisited for a lifetime.

Spirited Photo + Film works with couples to captures what makes their wedding day special. She offers a range of packages for engaged couples and to-be-weds needs. These include services such as professional image editing with a fast turnaround. Her packages also feature an engagement session, offering an ideal opportunity to capture magical pre-wedding photos and get to know Savina. She only schedules one event per day, allowing her to give all of her attention and focus to the event at hand.

This led to many manufacturers rebranding their products, in order to fall into line with the new regulations. Design groups had to create new imagery, ignoring the popular cartoon icons that were originally used.

Production of Spirited Away commenced in February 2000 on a budget of 1.9 billion (US$15 million).[2] Walt Disney Pictures financed ten percent of the film's production cost for the right of first refusal for American distribution.[20][21] As with Princess Mononoke, Miyazaki and the Studio Ghibli staff experimented with computer animation. With the use of more computers and programs such as Softimage 3D, the staff learned the software, but used the technology carefully so that it enhanced the story, instead of "stealing the show". Each character was mostly hand-drawn, with Miyazaki working alongside his animators to see they were getting it just right.[2] The biggest difficulty in making the film was to reduce its length. When production began, Miyazaki realized it would be more than three hours long if he made it according to his plot. He had to delete many scenes from the story, and tried to reduce the "eye candy" in the film because he wanted it to be simple. Miyazaki did not want to make the hero a "pretty girl". At the beginning, he was frustrated at how she looked "dull" and thought, "She isn't cute. Isn't there something we can do?" As the film neared the end, however, he was relieved to feel "she will be a charming woman."[19]

Edible icing art is a great way to make a cake and cupcakes look fantastic and professional. These are an easy and inexpensive way to make your cake look like a masterpiece. All icing images come with instructions. Simply remove the edible icing art from backing and place on top of freshly iced cake or cupcakes. After 15 to 25 minutes the edible icing art will blend with the frosting to give your cake a professional look. Prints are professionally printed on compressed icing sheets. Each topper is shipped in a plastic zip lock bag. No refrigeration is necessary!

In the meantime, designer and puppeteer Toby Olié has shared some images from the production on Twitter and his website. Below, you can see some of those images, with live-action versions of characters like No-Face and Haku in his white dragon form. 041b061a72

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