Here are 2 ways how you can make your stories and animation performances feel more epic and meaningful. 😮😍 If something feels big to your character, it will also feel big to your audience. We empathize with something being important…
Analyzing and studying other people’s animations is a fantastic way to learn. In this animation critique video we have a frame by frame look at the submissions for the July 2019 competitions of the AnimChallenge facebook group.
Discover how writers, storyboarders but also animators and the actors developed the story and comedy of the recent LEGO movies.
This makes or breaks your animation: Know WHY every single motion is happening! Find out what shortcut many beginners take and why that hurts your animation.
Let’s learn from the good, the bad and the ugly of the 11 Second Club competition from March 2019. Ferdinand critiques, reviews, rates, annotates and gives feedback to animations submitted to the competition.
Blue Sky Animator Lisa Allen talks animation: What’s the best way to start animating? Can you pick what shots you are working on at a studio? Find out more in this interview filled with character animation insights and advice!
📝😮💡 What makes people care about your stories?
Professor Craig Caldwell talks about likability, story structure and setup, the writing process for animators and more…
In this live stream we tackle exercise 3 of the 51 animation exercises – a brick falling from a shelf onto the ground.
VR helps concept artists to create stunning visuals faster. Jama Jurabaev (Ready Player One, Jurassic World) tells us more about his process blending 2D and 3D in virtual reality.
Your New Year’s resolution is “practice more”? Make it happen with these tips and tricks on how to practice art and animation.