Hi, I'm Boum and I draw sometimes. I'm a freelance filmmaker, animator, illustrator and comic artist (I know, I gotta make up my mind, right?). I enjoy the company of rabbits, snowy days, cheese, retro video games, and sporting weird hairdos.
This sketchblog will be where I dump whatever doesn't fit elsewhere — doodles, fanart, nonsensical nonsense.
Burquette, episode 14. So as usual I did all the backgrounds and the colour schemes, but this episode I also inbetweened (animation is by Geneviève Létourneau), and I did all the lipsynching as well.
So Alberte’s mother explains how she and Alberte’s father met, while studying Social Sciences in university. They’d help each other with their thesis (she also adds that her thesis was about the structuralist approach of Hungarian feminists in the 19th century). Then she says that was just about when Alberte’s dad became obsessed about becoming an intellectual, that he’d always want to go further into Marxism, Existentialism, Feminism, and that his Erotism would suffer from that.
When Alberte was born, Alberte’s dad didn’t consult with her mom about how to name the baby. He named her in honour of Albert Camus.