My Animations

Thursday, August 19, 2010


An interesting discussion inspired from the great master Ed Hooks( author of Acting For Animators) article "WHY DO U ANIMATE???"  from AWN. Animators around the world sharing their own animated story which is really interesting and inspiring , especially for freshers and animation students to get some good advices from their journey from student to a professional artist/Animator. Just head over to do u Animate???/ n join us for sharing ur animated story if u have :)

Friday, August 13, 2010

Advice for animation students and freshers....

A brief advice for the animation students and freshers by Dana Boadway from  “Get out there and get work… anywhere....." Straight forward 
words from this great artist to boost up fresh minds to get their first job with out being particular
about where the first starting. Read further here....

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

How to Break Into Animation...

 A quiet motivational speech by Steve Hickner-Dreamworks Director, from CTN Animation Expo 2009.Going through his past 30 years of experience in the industry, he gives lots of practical advice and hints on how to get into the animation industry, pitfalls to avoid in it and surviving as well. I really like the way he explained all the incidents with a touch of humor and the points or advices like 'always ask for opportunities not money' and the smart ways of convincing employers, interacting with colleagues etc.....Even though its a bit old video...i would like to share in ma blog because it really motivated me and if u missed to watch.....the video is right here....


Saturday, August 7, 2010

Tim Burton's Masterclass

I would like to share TIM BURTON'S masterclass from, an hour long masterclass hosted by Margaret Pomeranz, they discuss Burton's growing up in the suburbs, his time working at Disney, his films including PEE -WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE, BEETLEJUICE, EDWARD SCISSORHANDS, ED WOOD, BATMAN & BATMAN RETURNS, CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET and ALICE IN WONDERLAND. Click here for the video

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Perfect Imperfection

I came across an interesting article from Cameron Fielding's blog  FLIP, a small research done about the
body movements, arcs and spacing from live action to animation. He is digging into the details of arcs and pointing out some imperfections in perfections of arcs from live movements that we animators used to avoid
in the final polishing of animation. I personally  feel like this article will help animators working in games n live action movies because this studies can be applicable in some kinda animation styles. I think its worth while to read this very informative article and have to say thanks to Cameron for sharing.... :)