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Digital Animation Programs: Three School Profiles

By Guest (not verified) | Friday, August 1, 1997 at 12:00am

With digital animators being the hottest commodity on the market, AWM profiles three schools that have recently received major donations from leading corporations. Mike Scroggins profiles CalArts. Dr. Richard Weinberg discusses USC's program, while Robin King describes the Sheridan College experience.

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Submission Guidelines

Compiled by Animation World Magazine and Dark Horse Comics. Before sending unsolicited work and ideas to a publisher, there are standards and specifications that one should know about to avoid the dreaded "unopened returned mail" response. Following are sample guidelines for submitting art, proposals and scripts to Dark Horse Comics, one of the industry's leading publishers. All guidelines herein are courtesy of Dark Horse Comics. Other companies will have different guidelines and regulations. Be sure to contact individual publishers for information. First...

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Submission Agreement

Dark Horse Comics, Inc. 10956 Southeast Main Street Milwaukie, Oregon 97222: I understand that you may submit the Submitted Material ("the Material") to third parties, motion picture studios, and distributors. I recognize the possibility that the Material may be identical or similar to material that has or may come to you from other sources. Such similarity in the past has given rise to litigation so that unless you can obtain adequate protection in advance you will refuse to consider the Material. The protection for you must be sufficiently broad to...

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Developing the Next Animated Blockbuster: It Ain't Easy

Developing an animated series or feature from a comic book might seem easy from the standpoint that the comic book would give a development team a solid starting point. However, developing a comic book into an animated property has its own set of special problems. We asked a select group of development executives, "What were/are the most challenging aspects of transferring a property from comic book form to an animated one?" While story plays an important role, it seems the actual shift in medium remains to be the most problematic aspect of the process. ...

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