Sketches~. The first ones were done at Museum d'Orsay, the rest are doodles / brainstorming thumbnails done on animation paper while doing animation exercises.
The last 2 pages were done by wickedly awesome Disney french animator, Stephane Sainte-Foi. I managed to meet him one-on-one and for 20 minutes he explained the importance of numerous things in animation such as positive/negative space, profile view, how squash / stretch is done with anatomical characters (Disney's Tarzan), and how he approaches his animations. He's so passionate about animation, ahhh~~...
And then I asked him on what movies he worked on. He showed me his demo reel with his USB. Every 20 seconds I was like "EEEE I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT YOU ANIMATED THIS PART OF THE MOVIE" *EXCITEDLY DANCES IN PLACE*
I was freaking blown away when he acknowledged my novice sketches, cripes... I need to work harder, God dangit! Auuuuuuughhh!!!!
You can see one of Stephane's Tarzan animations in this youtube clip. He's the guy sitting in the middle at around 8-9 seconds of the film. O_O