Like a bus, train or any other mode of transportation that takes you from point A to point B, there will always be another job offer and potentially an even better job offer waiting to take you to your next career destination.
USC research professor will present Advances in Achieving Photoreal Digital Actors at the 2013 VIEW Conference.
It’s Day Four and, as I’m told is the norm in Ottawa, the weather here has changed completely. The city is now dotted with umbrellas and bathed in a beautiful sheen of water.
The Animation Conference (TAC) has wrapped up and we are now in our third full day of festing. And I still have to fill you in on all of yesterday’s events. Here we go…
Italy’s VIEW Conference, the premier international event for computer graphics, video games, cinema, 2D and 3D animation and visual effects, has unveiled a stellar program for 2013.
It’s the end of Day Two of The Animation Conference (TAC) and the festival proper is in full swing, so let me get you caught up…
I took a job at FullSail University in East Winter Park to teach the fundamentals with 2D animation. I love teaching the fundamentals.
I’m asked questions all the time about pitching animated TV series. Do I need a bible? — Do I need a pilot script? — Do I need artwork? —Do I need a few minutes of animation? Rather than tell you what I think you need, let me illustrate the reality of pitching with two personal anecdotes...
This is what's called a conflict of interest. See I work for the OIAF and I'm using this post to promote the fact that Cloud with a Chance of Meatballs 2 will screen at this year's OIAF before it lands in cinemas.
Did you know that the Russian experimental master, Dziga "Ziggy" Vertov made animation films? You did? Hell, I didn't. Check it out anyway!
Ace and Son have been creating lots of nifty music clips for this band called Grouplove. Sounds sexy. No, not really. Sounds hippie. Stupid hippies. Great videos though.
An old battered briefcase triggers a flood of memories.It reminds me of great times, great friends and the good fortune I've had to have had so many of both over the years.
During the season premiere of Breaking Bad's final season, the always hilarious character Badger describes his Star Trek script to Skinny Pete. Less than 24 hours after the premiere, someone has created an animated version of the scene.