Archive for December, 2007

About my links

Monday, December 31st, 2007

First off, the template I’m using calls my list of links a ‘BLOGROLL.’ Some of those links are blogs, many aren’t. Maybe if I learn enough web trickery, I’ll get this site to look just the way I want, and that’ll change, but for now I’m focused on content. So my ‘blogroll’ is my list […]

How do you animate really, really fast?

Friday, December 21st, 2007

That’s a question I just got from Rob, one of the interns I mentored during the production of Terra, after he went back to Australia and got a couple of paying jobs. Both jobs required exceptional footage, on the order of 5 to 10 seconds of animation a day, which is a massive change from […]

Animators as actors?

Sunday, December 2nd, 2007

As I close in on a full year of teaching on Animation Mentor, I realize how much the process has clarified what I understand about animation. I also have a much better feel for what works when teaching, and what doesn’t, and I’m going to start sharing some of that here (hopefully on a fairly […]

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