Someone at CTN once told us how they enjoyed our podcasts, but more so now being a remote animator, because it gave them that feeling of still being connected to the animation community. The world is in isolates due to the quarantine, but we've got your back. We've interviewed many great guests through out the years and discussed a variety of great projects. Please enjoy and pass along: https://ianimate.net/podcasts
Dear Community, Many of you have shared concerns regarding iAnimate future activities due to the current situation. We'd like to reassure everyone currently enrolled or considering to register with iAnimate for April's term, iAnimate will continue its usual operation during this challenging period of time. As always, should you have questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us. Contact us.
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Check out this very cool behind the scene look at how PIXOMONDO created the dragons for Game of Thrones Season 4. If you want to learn how to animate creatures like this from our very talented instructors, check out our Creature Animation workshops. ;)
Don Thurakichprempri recently landed a job at Treyarch and now working on the new Call of Duty. This is what he had to say about his time here at iAnimate.
Having taken online classes before, when I heard about iAnimate and saw the work that the students were putting out. The quality was outstanding and I was sold once I saw the large variety of teachers that I could pick from. I chose to do the Games Animation Workshop because I wanted to strengthen my knowledge of body mechanics and it was definitely the right choice. David Lam and Ric Arroyo were absolutely fantastic instructors who both had a plethora of animation knowledge. They treated the course as if we were in a studio and gave feedback accordingly. This set up a certain standard for shots to be finished and polished on time just as it would be expected of animators in a professional setting and I feel like that truly benefits any student who is serious about working in the industry. Overall, it was an amazing experience and I feel like I improved drastically. I would recommend iAnimate to any animator who is looking to up their game and is willing to put in the effort to better their skill set!