The compositing tool was used in every shot in the film — the first fully cg feature from the fabled Japanese studio.
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“You have more control over the scope of the animation process,” says Mik Kirchheiner of animating directly with a tablet.
Attendees from more than 30 countries are at the business forum, which runs until July 30.
A preview of the five features that Chile will present at the Marché du Film.
The course, which starts on July 26, is open to those with at least two years’ industry experience in Europe.
The game trailer “Fianna-Heim” earned its creators several faculty awards. They now have successful careers in fx, game design, and illustration.
Work smarter and faster in Maya – discover the essential toolset used by animators at feature film and AAA-game studios.
Over 100 adult animated series are currently in various stages of development and production.
Scale your CG productions and easily collaborate with others around the world with Amazon Nimble Studio.
The online educational platform aims to prepare its students for more than just deadlines and grades.
The developers behind the new tool explain why they created it, how it is used, and what lies ahead for real-time 2d animation.
The veteran artist will teach art direction at the online school CAT Animation this summer semester.
Register for FREE to attend the Caribbean’s top animation event, taking place virtually April 21–25.
The online festival will take place on March 24–25.
The award-winning artist talks about his unconventional route into animation, and the pivotal role the software played in his career.
Ilze Burkovksa-Jacobsen explains how she drew on her experience of an oppressive regime to make her Oscar-qualified feature.
Experienced animator Amedeo Beretta explains why good 3d animation is about so much more than software.
Ruthie Harrison and Richie Ward reflect on the opportunities MECA has given them to make art and present it to the world.
The exhibition will take place at Gallery Nucleus from February 6 to 21.
Existential and spiritual themes run through all four films: “The Great Malaise,” “I, Barnabé,” “Altötting,” and “4 North A.”