Teams led by Casey Pyke and Ryan McCoy produced previs – and some postvis – on key scenes involving the Ballroom Dance, an Octopus chase, a Garbage Truck chase, and the big third act dreams chase, on Francis Lawrence’s adaptation of Winsor McCay’s famous comic strip, now streaming on Netflix.
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The visual effects studio's team, led by VFX supervisor João Sita and animation supervisor Fernando Herrera, delivered 200 shots that featured a bed that walks and floats, an animated stuffie named Pig, and a massive flying Canadian goose, on the fantasy adventure now streaming on Netflix.
Expansive and comprehensive show at France’s The Museum of the International City of Comics and Images, the Louvre for comic books and animation lovers, features rare drawings, films, and early film equipment spotlighting numerous industry pioneers.
Oscar-winners Snowden and Fine’s hilarious ‘Animal Behaviour’ and pinscreen gem ‘Embraced’ lead National Film Board’s impressive festival roster.
While McKay is remembered for ‘Little Nemo’ and ‘The Sinking of the Lusitania,’ it was a passenger steamer named The Alpena that may have had the biggest impact on the pioneering animator’s career.
The former Disney animator and his colleagues will base the feature on Winsor McCay’s classic newspaper comic strip.
Classic Disney feature and Winsor McCay-animated short on list that also includes ‘The Goonies,’ ‘Superman’ and ‘Titanic.’
Library of Congress adds Winsor McCay’s ‘Dreams of a Rarebit Fiend,’ George Pal’s ‘John Henry and the Inky-Poo,’ and Walt Disney's ‘The Old Mill’ and ‘The Story of Menstruation’ to the National Film Registry.
The big winners at the 2015 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, were Image Comics’ ‘Saga,’ BOOM! Box’s ‘Lumberjanes,’ and Winsor McCay’s classic newspaper series ‘Little Nemo.’
Turner Classic Movie’s special evening of programming to feature 28 cartoon shorts from pioneering American cartoonist and animator Winsor McCay, Bray Studios and Van Beuren Studios.
Three-part event celebrates the groundbreaking and immortal work of Winsor McCay and Walt Disney, concluding with a screening of Disney's ‘Fantasia.’