on March 19, 2014
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We interview feature film animator, and iAnimate instructor, Ken Fountain. Ken is an independent animator, who recently worked for DreamWorks on such films as: Monsters vs. Aliens, Shrek 4, Megamind, Kung Fu Panda 2, Puss in Boots, and the How to Train Your Dragon Holiday Special. He has been acting since he was little and much of that theater and acting knowledge shows in his animation as well as his lectures.
Ken's current reel | New Cartoony training | GeoMe!
on March 17, 2014
A new animation lecture/demo with, iAnimate feature instructor, Ken Fountain. "Push It! Using Strong Graphics, Smears and Snappy Timing to Cartoon your Character"
You can order this, ridiculously inexpensive, lecture from Ken's site SplatFrog.
on January 16, 2014
Interview with iAnimate Feature animation instructor Ken Fountain during the mini-pixel presentation event in Quebec city (Canada).
on November 05, 2013
Here are a couple interviews of what our instructors, Stephen Melagrano and Ken Fountain, talked about while at Pixel Mini.
on October 24, 2013
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.