“Frozen” week continues on Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day. Lisa Keene could justifiably be called a Disney veteran. Her credits on Disney films date all the way back to 1985’s “The Black Cauldron” on which she was a background painter.
Month: November 2013
For those of you still feeling sedentary after the holidays or just looking for some weekend inspiration, listen to these two interviews with Lotte Reiniger and Rebecca Sugar. They each have accomplished an important first in animation: Lotte Reiniger was the first woman to direct an animated feature, and Rebecca Sugar was the first solo woman creator of a TV series at Cartoon Network. These milestones are separated by 87 years, which says a lot about both how far animation has come and how far it still has to go.
“Frozen,” Disney’s 53rd animated feature, directed by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, opens this week. What did you think of it?
It’s Thanksgiving so let’s enjoy “Jerky Turkey,” a classic 1945 MGM short directed by the one and only Tex Avery.
It’s Frozen week on Cartoon Brew’s Artist of the Day, and so we continue to feature artists who worked on Disney’s latest feature. Bill Schwab works as a character designer and visual development artist at Walt Disney Animation Studios. On “Frozen” he is credited as supervising the character design work.
During President Barack Obama’s visit to DreamWorks Animation on Tuesday, “How to Train Your Dragon 2” director Dean DeBlois offered a quick demonstration of how they use motion capture at DreamWorks.
Once upon a time, there was a little king who lost control of the sun…
This week we continue looking at some of the talented artists whose efforts made possible the new Disney feature “Frozen.” Brittney Lee is credited on the film as a visual development artist.