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Posted by18 hours ago

This chat features stop motion animator Ian Boone, who shares the story of how he got an internship at Laika, twice, and then got to work on Amazon Prime’s Tumble Leaf.

He also shares:
*Tips to animate what a character is thinking
*A simple switch in mindset that will improve your animation performance 10x
*The simple trick that will get you animating twice as fast

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More about Ian:

Ian is a stop motion animator from Louisville Kentucky. Ian was an animator on JibJab Bro’s Ask the Storybots, and Amazon Prime’s Tumbleleaf. Currently he is animating on Henry Selick’s Wendell and Wild. On top of this, he is very proud to have used his stop motion skills to further environmental advocacy through the Save the Dells Arizona and Raptors and the Solution projects. Besides stop motion, Ian loves to play the banjo.

Watch Ian’s reel on Vimeo:
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Check out Ian’s YouTube:

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外围体育投注Hello!! I am an animator in Ireland and am wondering if anyone has any tips on working here? Been hitting a lot of dead ends recently

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Posted by15 hours ago

If so what was your experience?

外围体育投注The tortured artist excelling in art because of their suffering can be such toxic misconception, I think it would be nice to introduce new ideas to this scenario.

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Posted by11 hours ago

Asking on behalf of a friend who wants to study 2D animation in Europe, ideally should be taught in English

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Posted by12 hours ago

Been really let down lately by putting my education on hold (took a gap year out of HS cause couldn't afford art school, went to a year at liberal arts, left as covid got serious and am planning to transfer into an art college anywhere in the world). Even more so by the fact that most online degree-giving animation courses seem to be 3D only. I wanted to go for 2D animation because I already draw and that was my dream for a while, but it's looking more and more realistic that just switching to 3D animation would make my path into the industry open up way more.

Unless I can get into CalArts etc, doesn't seem like most affordable 2D animation colleges online give very impressive senior reels. I wanted to go the purely online route and get a certificate, using programs like CGMA, but I need a degree to work anywhere internationally. I am not opposed to in-person classes, rather I want them, but it's not looking like the virus is going away anytime soon and most of my choices are making me pay full tuition for an online experience that I have to wake up at 3am to match timezones.

Would it make more financial and job sense to just go for 3D animation? It's still animation after all.

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Posted by7 hours ago

Hey i just joined a team of freelancers for a Product Animation job, since i haven't don't any Inorganic Animation, could anyone point me towards any resources for animation Products in a Advertisement , is it similar to Organic Key Frame animation? am i suppose to rig the different components to animate them or do people animate Polygons on inorganic stuff ?

外围体育投注Any help would be really appreciated, im thinking of using Maya for animation and nDynamics for the physic stuff on products

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