Friday, 21 November 2014
#Batman vs. #Superman #stopmotion raises the bar on #Lego animation Tommy Williamson from BrickNerd has shared this funny stop-motion video of the epic battle between Batman and Superman. The background sets are incredibly good and the animation is so clever that it looks like CGI but it isn't. This thing had to take a bunch of time to produce so, go enjoy it and share accordingly.
Thursday, 20 November 2014
An Animation Vacation for Grown-Ups This weekend in LA #animation #LAYou might not know it based on the movies that make it into theaters, but there’s a whole world of alternative animation out there. Odd shorts, surreal adventures, dark stories–all intended for consumption by an audience older than eight.
Thursday, 16 October 2014
Farewell Mirage. The talented actress behind the voice of #pixar #disney #theincredibles #animation Mirage, has passed away. An elegant, talented and smart woman nonetheless.
Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
How to Draw Anything from Memory: Seeing people draw people, animals or objects seems like they must have a photographic memory. Lana Bachynski from Tea Time Animation knows that this is not always true. Following these simple steps, you can teach yourself to draw absolutely anything from memory.
Wednesday, 20 August 2014
35 Body Language Infographics for Social Situations: #animtip Thanks to the infographic below, you don’t have to feel clueless about your body language for much longer. It will walk you through situations where your visual signals are especially important, and the key ways to adjust your mannerisms for success. Trying to win that new client? Mirror his or her behavior. Want to disagree without making enemies? Smile and nod frequently.
Wednesday, 13 August 2014
Telling stories through animation: Illustrated storytelling—like the Tyee’s “Fostering Truth” or the Center for Investigative Reporting’s “In Jennifer’s Room“—allows journalists to protect their sources, while still producing deeply researched investigative pieces. These are stories that might be overlooked because they’re too sensitive or difficult to pull off.