Sean Maclennan Murch explains why animated shows targeted toward adults are becoming a more popular approach for some networks.
Through a series of pointed questions we take a look at the relationship between educators, industry representatives and students. See what Students have to say.
Through a series of pointed questions we take a look at the relationship between educators, industry representatives and students. See what Industry Reps have to say.
Through a series of pointed questions we take a look at the relationship between educators, industry representatives and students. See what Educators have to say.
In the wake of Annecy going annual,ASIFA International president Michel Ocelot discusses the history and significance of ASIFA's selective sponsorship and patronage of international animation festivals
Joseph K. Bevilacqua highlights what's new in animation for the U.S. 1998/99 television season, from CBS to Cartoon Network.
The first installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
Debra K. Chinn explains the growing U.S. studio interest in international dubbing and the production process involved.
Kellie-Bea Rainey tests out Animation Toolworks' Video LunchBox, an innovative frame-grabbing tool for animators, students, seven year-olds and potato farmers alike!
Through a series of pointed questions we take a look at the relationship between educators, industry representatives and students. School profiles are included.
Chris Robinson investigates the current status of animation in Canada and the tricky balance between art and industry.
Wendy Jackson reports on the second annual BrainCamp, an exclusive think tank for executives in the kids' entertainment industry.
Joe Cloninger, Director, DH Institute of Media Arts, Santa Monica, U.S.A. Before anyone starts here we make sure the expectations are sensible and they know the great rewards as well as the harsh realities of being in this industry. We point out weaknesses and strengths that an individual may have so they are on solid ground to build a true career path. Once they get into the program we expose them to people in the industry through a lecture series and encourage them to get out and explore the industry themselves through SIGGRAPH meetings, events, conferences, user groups, etc. We also...
Kit Laybourne muses about the evolution of independent animation and looks "below the radar" for the growth of new emerging domains of digital animation.
Lyn Hart, Capilano College Commercial Animation Program, North Vancouver, B.C. Here I am; a squeaky-clean, fresh-out-of-school animation graduate. With my portfolio in hand and a slightly hesitant smile, I'm stepping out into the real world. But what has my two years of sweat and toil in Capilano College's Animation Program done for me?
For starters, it did exactly what it was supposed to do by providing me with the important basics I needed to land my first job. Some might have expected more. I must admit, I thought I was pretty hot stuff when I first began my animation education. I soon...
Renowned drawing instructor Glenn Vilppu offers the first installment in his new bi-monthly Animation World Magazine online drawing course.
A survey of animation and visual effects artists, asking, "What" ten animated films would you want to have with you if stranded on a desert island?
Animation World Magazine profiles Jared, the singing, animated smiley face which has become a cult phenomenon on the World Wide Web.
Buzz Potamkin tells us how the much-awaited first annual Annecy International Animated Film Festival faired.
Robert Gonzales shares his insight on the various tools currently available for creating animation on the Internet.
Ilene Hoffman reviews Warner Bros. Feature Animation's highly-anticipated first fully-animated feature film, Quest for Camelot