fbpx

Articles in Category: 2013

CTN 2013 - It's That Time Of Year Again!

on November 14, 2013

iAnimate at CTN 2013

It's that time of year again where we get to gather around this great medium we all enjoy. iAnimate.net will once again be participating at the upcoming CTN Animation Expo from November 15th to 17th and some of our instructors will take part in the main events. So make sure you plan out your schedule and visit us at booth B14, we would love to meet you.

iAnimate at CTN:
Ted Ty - Master Animation Performance
Brent George - Directing Animation Across Mediums
iAnimate Shot Critique - Saturday and Sunday Starting at 10:30am

Continue Reading

AnimDesk interviews with iAnimate instructors David Lam & Jim van der Keyl

on November 01, 2013

AnimDesk interview David Lam

Our friends over at AnimDesk recently did an interview with iAnimate Games instructor David Lam, and iAnimate Feature instructor, Jim Van der Keyl. David is a Lead Cinematic Animator at Naughty Dog, and Jim is a Character Animator at Blue Sky Studios. Just in case you may have missed our podcast with David, you can listen to it HERE.

Interview with David Lam
Interview with Jim van der Keyl

Continue Reading

Member Spotlight - Ravi Kamble Govind

on October 24, 2013

Ravi G spotlight

This month iAnimate would like to showcase the work of former student and iAnimate alumni, Ravi Govind. Right after graduation, Ravi was hired by Kandor Graphics for their feature titled Justin. Shortly after his time there, he was hired by DreamWorks to work on their 2015 release of Penguins of Madagascar.

iA: What are you currently working on?
Since February I´ve been working in both development and production at Dreamworks India, on the upcoming "Penguins of Madagascar" feature film, with animation being entirely done at the studio here in the city of Bangalore. The movie is meant to be released in March 2015 and is a spin-off from the 2008 Nickelodeon TV series.

iA: What is the biggest thing you took away from your time at iAnimate?
The exposure to a huge variety of ways to approach, observe, understand and learn animation, and the liberty to share criticism with the whole community and the teachers. I barely felt shy of showing my own work in a very crude and early stage, because there were a lot of people like me, who looked for the same solutions and had similar problems. And the instructors had a very high level of professionalism, which you will very much have to embrace if animation is what you want to do as a lifetime career.

Continue Reading

iAnimate Master Classes at Pixel Mini

on October 24, 2013

Pixel Mini

Did you enjoy our Pixel Challange Master Classes we had a few months back? Well, we've got more. Pixel Mini Event (Pixel Challenge without the challenge) in Quebec City is a side event that will feature two iAnimate Instructors that will be held at the Loews Hotel Le Concorde on Tuesday October 29th during Cartoon Connection Canada, an international convention of animation and video game professionals:

Ken Fountain will be giving a master class on using attitudes and body language to interpret, simplify and caricaturize complex expressions in an animated character. Stephen Melagrano will talk about the process of creating an animated character, from its body mechanics to its emotional credibility.

The pixel event will happen during the Cartoon Connection Event on October 28 to 31th.

We're really pleased to bring these speakers to Quebec City. This is a great opportunity for animation professionals to gain in-depth knowledge and added experience.

- Louis Leclerc, general manger of Pixel Québec and co-organizer of Cartoon Connection Canada.

Continue Reading

Member Spotlight - Cesc Font

on October 18, 2013

cesc cloudy

Having the opportunity to work on a feature film project is a dream come true for all aspiring character animators. This month we’d like to showcase the work of former iAnimate student, Cesc Pujols. Cesc was hired by Sony Imageworks right after his graduation from iAnimate to work on the sequel of Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs. Have a look at his final animation where appeal, genuine acting and solid body mechanics come together to create great entertainment.

Continue Reading