The animator, writer, story editor, set designer and founder of Tiny Lion animation studio shares how to polish your pitch, connect with studios to deliver it – and what it’s like when you succeed.
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London-based independent animation studio expands its creative team with the Italy-based character designer, animator, and illustrator.
The studio’s Québec facility celebrates 10th anniversary and announces addition of Francois Lambert and Jeremy Robert as VFX supervisors; recent deliveries include ‘Barbie,’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’ and ‘Foundation’ Season 2.
The CG animator, NOT known for his CG work, talks stop-motion animation, NFTs and where he’s going with his red blob creation, Tomba.
Company adds the 30-year animation veteran to spearhead creative content management and to lead ongoing productions.
Under the new deal, the company adds two new popular kids shows to its slate of content available for streaming on the Roku Channel in the U.S.
The animators discuss how independent paths brought them together at Phil Tippet’s studio and how their mutual trust prompted them to launch their own business - together.
Customers can now access expansive compute resources including NVIDIA RTX A5000-A6000 graphic cards for VFX, animation, and motion graphics workloads; check out the demo at SIGGRAPH 2023, running August 6-10 in LA.
The LA-based animator discusses the challenges of running his own studio and dives into the realities of self-producing a stop-motion short inspired by his journey through cancer treatment.
420+ episodes of the French animation studio’s preschool series head to China’s Youku Kids Channel; titles include ‘Hungry Bear Tales,’ ‘Our Piggy,’ ‘Kiwi,’ ‘Kosmix,’ ‘Cubs,’ and ‘Pompon Little Bear.’
The artist reveals what it takes to build a studio from scratch, how to sell and pitch an animated TV show, and how to start a career as a producer.
Fell will attend in person, presenting on the making of Netflix and Aardman’s upcoming animated comedy about the new adventures of freedom-fighting chickens Ginger and Rocky; the VIEW Conference takes place October 15-20 in Turin, Italy.
Effort marks the first organizing campaign for The Animation Guild, IATSE Local 839, outside the continental United States.
The industry veteran and co-founder of Atomic Cartoons launches the new production studio in partnership with Manila’s animation studio, Toon City.
The Animation Guild will represent artists and production workers in upcoming negotiations at the studio; Texas becomes the first Right-to-Work state to have union-represented animation workers.
The animator shares fast-track stop-motion skills for beginners and discusses how anyone, in any situation, can pursue their dream career.
The Canadian-based Pomelo Studio owner discusses his shift from advertising to animation and how he is switching up the traditional studio business model.
Studio created multiple large-scale full CG and digital set extensions, including one that transported the present-day New York skyline back to 1994; a team of 1,000+ artists across London, Montreal, Bangalore, LA, Toronto, and Adelaide delivered 896 shots, including 18 of the movie’s characters.
Scott Meadows has been named Senior Visualization Supervisor, responsible for the studio’s new motion-capture enabled sound stage and real-time pipelines.
The deal accelerates the public TV subsidiary’s creative hub expansion to the South of France while providing a more robust infrastructure and access to cutting-edge real-time technology.
India-based animation studio taps veteran industry execs Sabrina Riegel, Nol Meyer and Jean Cloude Nouchy to spearhead first international expansion.
The company, founded by Rodney Rothman and Adam Rosenberg, taps animation pro to find, develop and produce animated ﬁlm and TV projects; new hire follows company recently signing first-look animated broadcast deal with Fox.
New role includes responsibility for the company’s growing production slate; tenure at studio follows 13-year run in various executive roles at DHX Media.
The career animator turned educator reflects on student life at VFS, the school’s investment in its animation studio and how students have changed over the last 10 years.