catneep:

A drawing i’ve made for atelier-sento's chapter in the next Spera book :’D Thank you joshtierney !

Mathilde Kitteh made this wonderful cover for the Spera chapter we are in charge of.

catneep:

A drawing i’ve made for atelier-sento's chapter in the next Spera book :’D Thank you joshtierney !

Mathilde Kitteh made this wonderful cover for the Spera chapter we are in charge of.

Pâques - Easter at the Atelier Sentô
Decorated eggs & chocolate mousse. Delicious!

3 Old Gods is a short film about three supposed, forgotten gods in a Japanese forest — or perhaps they’re just crazy old men.
It is directed by the Atelier Sentô, written by Josh Tierney and shot in a Japanese forest with a Japanese crew. The soundtrack is composed by Giannis Milonogiannis and the end title song by the Osaka band Yoo-hoos. A dream team!
joshtierney:

milonogiannis:



I’ve probably posted this before, years ago, but here it is again. atelier-sento and joshtierney did such an excellent job on this.

One of my favourite projects that I’ve been lucky enough to be part of. Giannis’ soundtrack is perfect.

Thank you for the reblogs, Giannis & Josh!Shooting a first film in Japan (with no funding at all) wasn’t an easy task…But thanks to Josh’s clever script and Giannis’ atmospheric soundtrack, we are very proud of the film.If you want to spend a few minutes with Japanese gods, wandering in a mountain forest and in the streets of a small village, follow the link:
Watch the short film with english subtitles on youtube, here :http://youtu.be/jFFZFYuUpNI
Les Trois Dieux est aussi disponible en version sous-titrée français, ici : http://youtu.be/rA-vwL9-RjY 
日本語だけではこちらです: http://youtu.be/oTVOFvyWz2E

3 Old Gods is a short film about three supposed, forgotten gods in a Japanese forest — or perhaps they’re just crazy old men.

It is directed by the Atelier Sentô, written by Josh Tierney and shot in a Japanese forest with a Japanese crew. The soundtrack is composed by Giannis Milonogiannis and the end title song by the Osaka band Yoo-hoosA dream team!

joshtierney:

milonogiannis:

I’ve probably posted this before, years ago, but here it is again. atelier-sento and joshtierney did such an excellent job on this.

One of my favourite projects that I’ve been lucky enough to be part of. Giannis’ soundtrack is perfect.

Thank you for the reblogs, Giannis & Josh!
Shooting a first film in Japan (with no funding at all) wasn’t an easy task…
But thanks to Josh’s clever script and Giannis’ atmospheric soundtrack, we are very proud of the film.
If you want to spend a few minutes with Japanese gods, wandering in a mountain forest and in the streets of a small village, follow the link:

Watch the short film with english subtitles on youtube, here :
http://youtu.be/jFFZFYuUpNI

Les Trois Dieux est aussi disponible en version sous-titrée français, ici : http://youtu.be/rA-vwL9-RjY 

日本語だけではこちらです: http://youtu.be/oTVOFvyWz2E


Anonymous asked you:



Hello! Your post a few weeks ago about the materials you’re currently using was lovely. I enjoy seeing how artists I admire create their works. I was wondering what journal you use to do your watercolor sketches. Is it also the Canson, C à grain? The one in the picture looks like a good, sturdy paper that took the washes well. Keep up the great work!


Many thanks for your kind words!We love sketchbooks at the Atelier Sentô. Here are the ones we are using those days.
From top to bottom:
1- Sketchbook D&S, by HahnemühleThe paper (140g) is strong enough for watercolor sketches.This is the one you were asking about and you can learn more about it right here!
2- The same in red and in a different size.
3- A beautiful handmade sketchbook, by ElamSoft cover handbound of acid free laid Fabriano paper, 180g/m². Colour: cream. Middle-age cut.This one is wonderful for wash drawing and watercolors. The paper is perfect! You can learn more about it right here.
4- A small sketchbook, by Ars Nova (120g)Cecile uses it for colored pencils drawings.
5- A sketchbook from Italy, by Il PapiroIt has a beautiful thin paper and we uses it to sketch ideas with a ball-point pen. You can learn more about it right here.
Hello! Your post a few weeks ago about the materials you’re currently using was lovely. I enjoy seeing how artists I admire create their works. I was wondering what journal you use to do your watercolor sketches. Is it also the Canson, C à grain? The one in the picture looks like a good, sturdy paper that took the washes well. Keep up the great work!

Many thanks for your kind words!
We love sketchbooks at the Atelier Sentô. Here are the ones we are using those days.

From top to bottom:

1- Sketchbook D&S, by Hahnemühle
The paper (140g) is strong enough for watercolor sketches.
This is the one you were asking about and you can learn more about it right here!

2- The same in red and in a different size.

3- A beautiful handmade sketchbook, by Elam
Soft cover handbound of acid free laid Fabriano paper, 180g/m². Colour: cream. Middle-age cut.
This one is wonderful for wash drawing and watercolors. The paper is perfect! You can learn more about it right here.

4- A small sketchbook, by Ars Nova (120g)
Cecile uses it for colored pencils drawings.

5- A sketchbook from Italy, by Il Papiro
It has a beautiful thin paper and we uses it to sketch ideas with a ball-point pen. You can learn more about it right here.

sportdhiver:

KARE SABISU - Mobile Cooks - I09

The Atelier Sentô is involved in Sport d’hiver, the new ice age war. We deliver hot curry to the troupes. Here is our fifth team: The Mobile Cooks.Meet us at I09 on the radar map.

sportdhiver:

KARE SABISU - Mobile Cooks - I09

The Atelier Sentô is involved in Sport d’hiver, the new ice age war. We deliver hot curry to the troupes. Here is our fifth team: The Mobile Cooks.
Meet us at I09 on the radar map.