Jan 5, 2014
Train rides make a good opportunity to read or be productive while traveling. Planes and buses are OK too. Sketching is a good way to use this time. Changing scenery stimulates ability to visualize, and works out your drawing chops. Drawing as a passenger in a moving car doesn’t seem like a common activity though. It takes stamina to resist motion sickness (don’t do it in the back seat or...
Dec 5, 2013
PROPOSAL DEADLINE: DECEMBER 18
The 26th Society for Animation Studies Conference: June 16-19, 2014, Toronto Canada – at Sheridan College
The Society for Animation Studies invites submissions of proposals on a wide range of animation topics for papers, micro-talks, and posters. Crossover events are planned with TAAFI (Toronto Animated Arts Film International.)
Membership in the Society for Animation...
Dec 2, 2013
At The Goblinarium, we have a blog post from Brandy about her process for making Raku ceramics. She makes the creatures I animate for our iPad project. Read more here, or enjoy this video I had fun...
Oct 21, 2013
I’m getting my traditional animation class into animation principles with exercises in physics, gravity and timing. I want to post some of their work on the “falling leaf, twig, and log” because I think they have made great progress in a short time! But for this week, I’m looking up curriculum reference for “simple vehicle start and stop” animation. Here’s an...