Hang on to your software updates and bust out your 3d dance card; it’s time for SCAD AnimationFest 2023. The Savannah College of Art …
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Herguera tells us how she ended up making a film about a century-old Indian story and the steps it took to get the project off the ground.
According to Nagy, “beginner or a professional, anyone can enjoy using this software regardless of skill level.”
Over $160,000 in grants are being given to projects that make use of new technological tools for animation or open-source software.
Reiersen tells us what made Toon Boom Harmony the right tool for this job ahead of the film’s U.S. streaming release on June 27.
CTA 5.1 introduces image sequences, a particularly exciting addition for traditional 2d animators who excel at free-hand sequence drawings
Praxinos will be demoing Odyssey during Annecy’s MIFA at the Epic Games and Praxinos booths.
Nathan Smith from Studio Ghibletz explains how his team used CA5 to improve their workflow on ‘Anomaly Karen.’
Three SVA Alumni Scholarship Award winners discuss their work and how it was influenced by their time at the school.
Co-directors Shane Plante and Collin Tsandilis discuss the techniques they used to bring their characters to life.
Voice actor Ashley Boettcher and executive producer and co-creator Jared Mark discuss their work on the Oz update.
Toma Creators founder José “Zez” Vaz discusses Reallusion’s Pitch & Produce program and what Cartoon Animator 5 brings to the production process.
SVA alumni discuss life after graduation, and why so many have returned to teach at their alma mater.
Showrunners of the ‘Lost in Oz’ short ‘Packing Magic’ describe how they used visual collaboration platform Bluescape to coordinate teams and studios from across the globe in one digital workspace.
Cartoon Animator 2D Marketplace developer Garry Pye walks through a few reasons CTA5 will have your characters looking better than ever.
Having already won the Spanish Academy Goya award for best animated short, ‘The Monkey’ is now looking to make waves at the Oscars.
Lessons about collaboration and inspiration learned at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg’s Animationsinstitut proved vital to Zielke’s work.
Terril Calder, Marta Pajek, Amanda Forbis, and Wendy Tilby will participate in a digital roundtable hosted by the NFB and The Animation Showcase.
“Isolated and alone in an industrial and hyper-masculine world, it’s the story of someone’s struggle to discover their truth,” says Brown.
Joon discusses the semi-autobiographical nature of his short film, and how he fused different animation techniques to make it work.