Web Animation Lecture With Toon Boom, SLM & Wild Brain
Created 05/31/2000 - 00:00
files/pictures/picture-35.jpg* Thursday, June 1, 2000. Santa Monica, California, U.S.A.
As part of Animation 2000, Toon Boom Technologies along with Stan Lee Media and Wild Brain Inc. will give a lecture on Web Animation at the Art Institute of Los Angeles from 7 - 9 pm. The panel will include: Francisco Del Cueto, senior product manager from Toon Boom Technologies Inc.; Aaron Sowd, Art Director from Stan Lee Media; and George Evelyn, Wild Brain director. Del Cueto will present the process of creating animation for the Web by showing several key features of Toon Boom's flagship software, the USAnimation V5 system. USAnimation V5 permits animators to create animation for direct export to the Internet that people can watch using the Macromedia Flash Player. Sowd and Evelyn will each describe the creative process behind their most popular Web characters. Animation 2000 is an innovative lecture series launched in January 2000, at The Art Institute of Los Angeles, and sponsored by Animation Magazine. Each month, the college offers a free lecture program open to its students and the public featuring some of the nation's leaders in animation and related fields. Lectures are free, but seating is limited. For more information contact the school at: Tel.: (310) 752-4700.