The award-winning artist talks about his unconventional route into animation, and the pivotal role the software played in his career.
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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.”
Director Borja Peña Gorostegui and the animation team at Psyop describe their creative process for making the short “Lost & Crowned.”
The short, which Meacham directed at Dreamworks Animation, speaks a simple truth: you never know whose life you could change.
If nominated for an Oscar, “Umbrella” will become the first Brazilian film to reach that stage in the animated short category.
Three users of Marvelous Designer tell us how they create fantastic 3D clothes, while saving time and money.
Key members of the production team run through the visual references used for the film’s many themed worlds.
Veteran animator Dave Pruiksma (“Beauty and the Beast,” “Aladdin”) reflects on what he learned at Disney and why he set up an online school.
Three animation studios tell us what it takes to create an original show in the country.
In challenging times, the school’s student and staff are finding ingenious ways to connect and make art.
The event, based in the heartland of Mexican animation, brings together leading figures from the film, animation, video game, and vfx communities.
Discover the diverse mix of Spanish animated projects showcased at this year’s edition of the Latin American movie market.
Having made a splash in countries across the world, the milestone Korean cg feature is now eyeing an Academy Award.
Watch the winners across four categories: Business, Comic, Education, and Youtuber.
With each new incarnation, Running Man finds a new audience. Starting off as a hit Korean variety show in which celebrities compete in …
Matt Maloney, associate chair of Savannah College of Art and Design’s animation department, describes how the pandemic could change the industry for the better.