on January 23, 2014
Hey Anthony, so why did you decide to work on and submit this animation to 11 seconds club in the first place?
Well, I really didn't plan on doing an 11 second club animation but, a co-worker of mine asked me to listen to the audio, just to hear my thoughts about it. Initially, I felt it had potential, but it would be hard to find something cool to do. I realized the challenge that it it would present. A lot of times, some dialogue pieces can be very limiting but, with a sound clip you can really open up, and stretch your animation legs. That was one of the main reasons I decided to work, and submit this shot.
on January 21, 2014
Brian Horgan, iAnimate member, has fun showing his process in his making of 'More is more' shot he's done here at iAnimate.net.
on January 16, 2014
Interview with iAnimate Feature animation instructor Ken Fountain during the mini-pixel presentation event in Quebec city (Canada).
on January 14, 2014
I joined iAnimate Games to bring my bodymechanics up several levels. What convinced me in the first place was animation friends enrolled with iAnimate who where creating amazing work.
Its been 7 weeks now and my instructor, Richard Lico taught me very concise what was working for me and what wasn't. With his guidence and feedback, I improved my sense of posing, timing, workflow and when and how to add detail. I now not only move with elegance from blocking to spline, it also became a very enjoyable experience.
Not bad for the first 7 weeks. :)
on January 10, 2014
Hey Jason. I know you probably get a ton of messages so I will try (and fail) to keep this brief. I got my first animation job at Reel FX a little over a year ago now. Our first movie Free Birds just came out this month actually. Anyway. I have been super excited about the movie coming out for awhile now and just today I was thinking that if I hadn't gone to iAnimate there is NO WAY I would be working on movies right now. So I wanted to just say, THANK YOU! You brought together a bunch of amazing instructors who really helped me get way better. You got all the students some amazing resources to not let anything get in the way of doing our best, and on top of that you are incredibly generous with your time, and your positive energy was always a huge help! I still listen to your demos while at work. I still don't understand how you work so fast! I am always confused, you do, in a couple hours, what takes me a whole day to do. One of these days I am gonna figure out what kind of magic hotkey you are using. But anyway, I just wanted to say thank you, because I never really got the chance to do so in person.
on January 09, 2014
Special presentation for AnimDesk by Brent George, iAnimate Motion Capture workshop instructor.
on January 06, 2014
Excerpted from his weekly iAnimate lecture, iAnimate Games instructor Brett Pascal shows his approach to block a T-Rex sequence for video games.