Oswald Iten looks beyond Disney’s famous songs to the six feature scores composed by George Bruns in the 1950s–70s.
Want to learn a useful new skill: try virtual production.
“[It’s] kind of like the designs you remember them looking like, not so much what they actually look like,” says “Animaniacs” co-executive producer Gabe Swarr.
Vincent Alexander run us through the finest self-referential moments in animation, from Koko the Clown to “The Simpsons.”
Make this essential tool for hand-drawn animation using just a few basic supplies.
TV writer Jeff Lowell tweeted that his young colleagues know too few classic shows. His comments caused quite a stir.
Portuguese filmmaker Abi Feijó believes children should do more than just watch animation; they should also learn how to bring their own stories to life. And he’s been teaching kids how to create animated films for over 30 years.
Harvey Newman tells animators looking to enter the video game industry what to do — and what to avoid doing.
Colin Jack tells us why he started using the app — and why he published a tutorial to help others do the same.
The teams behind three projects pitched at Annecy’s MIFA market tell us what was gained — and lost — in the shift to virtual pitching.
Calderon’s Youtube channel Surviving Animation is a goldmine of tips on the business side of things.
What style has Glen Keane gone for in his first feature? Industry artist Kim Allen takes a look on his Youtube channel.
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What does it take to make it as a storyboard artist? The people behind “Summer Camp Island,” “Apple & Onion,” and “The Amazing World of Gumball” give advice.
The initiative aims to “inspire local creativity while raising the bar for independent animation worldwide.”
The revered cinematographer discusses his little-known work for the likes of Pixar and Dreamworks in a fascinating new podcast series.
An important name in modern Disney animation outlines his philosophy of success.
The courses are tailored to artists at various career stages. They start on May 23.
The late filmmaker made dozens of films based on children’s books. In a 1977 documentary, he explained how to do this well.