Here are links to a wealth of further reading and resources on computer graphics, care of Animation World Magazine and Visual Magic Magazine.
While Animation World Magazine highlights a facet of computer graphics or related fields almost monthly, Visual Magic Magazine is dedicated to it each and every month.
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Heather Kenyon relates the events from Cardiff, Wales, an educational festival full of panel discussions and lectures with many bright spots, despite the rain.
Dr. John A. Lent puts Ram Mohan and his new company RM-USL into perspective as India enters a new phase of development.
Michel Ocelot relates the latest ASIFA International developments regarding ASIFA's new relationship to festivals.
Deborah Reber relates the latest animated merchandising trends straight from New York's Licensing Show.
A tool to find almost any animated short in the world, David Kilmer's long-awaited The Animated Film Collector's Guide is reviewed by Emru Townsend.
Milt Vallas takes us inside China to understand this giant and its current bid for the world's attention.
Alan Neal reviews Anime Essentialsa good book if you are a beginner fan who wants an introduction into the world of anime.
Ron Diamond discusses Cartoon Movie 2001 and the band of U.S. delegates that attended looking to increase the opportunities of bringing European animated features to America.
Glenn Vilppu continues his world-class life drawing lessons. This month the focus is on Spherical Forms.
Elaine Brechin's "Windgrass." Courtesy of Elaine Brechin, © Interval Research.Growing up as a self taught artist, I had to read many "how to" books to learn new drawing and painting techniques, so 25 years ago I had no idea there were artists using computers to create artwork. Thanks to my parents, who took me to the library religiously, I started reading more and more science and technology-related books and magazines. This was my introduction to computers and computer art, and it fascinated me. I didn't actually have any hands-on experience with computers until the early '80s, and the desire...
The second installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
Maureen Furniss reviews Bob and Margaret, the new,prime time animated series based on the 1995 Oscar-winning animated short, Bob's Birthday
Adam Snyder reviews Gene Deitch's new book and looks back at the role his father, William L. Snyder, played in relocating the director to Prague, thereby starting one of the greatest love stories in animation.
Buzz Potamkin tells us how the much-awaited first annual Annecy International Animated Film Festival faired.
Peter Chung examines the flaws of today's comics as he reveals the basic nature of visual narrative.
Charles Solomon speaks with Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston about Pierre Lambert's book Pinocchio, the film and, of course, Walt and his dreams.