Art director Alan Bodner pays homage to iconic sets and styles from Disneyland rides and the 1955 ‘Mickey Mouse Club’ show on Disney Junior’s new CG series, premiering today.
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Newest podcast in series features the award-winning L.A.-based, Turkish illustrator, animation director, and production designer, known for her distinctive storytelling style and diverse daily sketches.
Visual effects studio delivers 850 shots across eight episodes of the sci-fi prison break drama, spanning complex planet and city environments, a spaceship crash, hyperspace travel, creatures, and character enhancements.
The famed Swedish artist and Jens 'Duvchi' Duvsjö, with support from Staffan Linder and Goodbye Kansas Studios, discuss their collaborative creative process in depicting a mesmerizing VFX sequence that awakens prehistoric creatures.
Coming in December, the book compiles production designs, visual development artwork, and character designs from the studio’s award-winning titles including ‘Invasion!,’ ‘Asteroids!,’ ‘Crow: The Legend,’ ‘Jack,’ and ‘Bonfire’ and the upcoming ‘Baba Yaga;’ now available for preorder on Amazon.
For executive producers Sunil Hall and Lynne Naylor, laying face-down in the grass brings the artistic perspective needed to create the adventures of a rock, strawberry, twig, and leaf in the new DreamWorks Animation comedy series.
With a second season renewal now in hand, the storied creator of ‘Dexter’s Laboratory’ and ‘Samurai Jack’ discusses his viscerally gripping and beautifully animated Adult Swim series about a caveman, a T-Rex, and the bond that helps them survive.
Producer Jen Alvares and her Hunters House team deliver a stunning, complex CG music video for the Grammy-nominated indie rock band’s latest single.
For executive producer Doug Langdale, bold colors and a 2D/CG production process helps transport ‘Cleo’ into a high school 30,000 years in the future.
Mondo TV Iberoamerica’s production center anticipates strategic changes that include CG animation and IP development.
Can Rudolph, now a fallen hero, will himself back to former glory as the leader of Santa’s reindeer team?
Prolific production designer and Oscar-winning director of animated short, ‘For the Birds,’ to be honored at upcoming October 21-25 conference.
Beautifully presented coffee table book dives deep into concept art, character designs storyboards and other materials from LAIKA’s new stop-motion feature film, ‘Missing Link.’
25 animation projects from seven countries will vie for honors in nine categories at the April 6 ceremony, being held on the island of Tenerife, Spain.
Isamu Imakake’s sci-fi anime sequel to ‘The Laws of the Universe-Part 0’ reverses history in a tale of an ancient Earth civilization and its battle with space reptiles.
Re-teaming as co-directors, Johnston and Moore push every boundary they can in ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet,’ the long-awaited sequel to Disney’s 2012 hit animated comedy adventure.
Goro Fujita’s project, done entirely in Quill, is designed for the Oculus Quest wireless headset being released next year.
VFX supervisor Alexandre Lafortune and his team create griffins, automatons and a mystical time piece at the very heart of Eli Roth’s magical adventure.
Disney’s environments team had their hands full turning the net’s abstract vastness into a relatable and appealing digital world.
Deadline for submissions to second annual event recognizing Ibero-American animation is December 8; award ceremony to be held April 6, 2019 on the island of Tenerife.
Production designer Cory Loftis and head of animation Renato dos Anjos discuss 60s-inspired character designs in the studio’s new ‘Wreck-it Ralph’ sequel.
Award-winning NFB/Fifteen Pound Pink Productions brooding tale of greed and spiritual reckoning now YouTube and Vimeo.
Directors Kevin D.A. Kurytnik and Carol Beecher share the vision and creative process behind their contemporary myth.