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Flash : Work with the Pencil Tool and the Paint Bucket Tool

June 1st, 2015 | Admin | Tags:
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2D Animator Require

March 12th, 2015 | Admin | Tags:

Responsibilities: 1) Prior Experience in animation. 2) Good Experience in Sketching 3) Prior Experience in Wacom Bamboo Pad is an added advantage. 4) Flash Animation. 5) Good Sketch Hand in Wacom Bamboo Pad. 6) Classical animation. Contact-9372810001

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3D Animator Require

March 11th, 2015 | Admin | Tags:

 Experience: 3-8 years Location: Pune Contact :9372810001

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Ex-Sony Exec Hopper Joins ‘Auntie Claus’

December 18th, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

Athena Studios has signed Nate Hopper as co-producer of its in-development stop-motion animation feature film Auntie Claus. Hopper was previously the senior VP of creative affairs at Sony Pictures Animation. Athena Studios is developing Auntie Claus as a 90-minute musical feature based on the first book in the best-selling Christmas series. Athena Studios obtained the feature film rights to the award-winning book by author Elise Primavera. Hopper joins several other veteran animation figures committed to the production. These include: Pete Kozachik, director of photography; Tom Proost, art director; and Kat Alioshin, line producer. […]

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The Problem With Predictions

November 25th, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

The critical success of this fall’s salsa-flavored The Book of Life got me thinking about an effort a decade ago by the Canadian company H2V to create a series of urban Hispanic-oriented animated features. Everyone remembers 2006′s Manga Latina: Killer on the Loose, right? Right? Well, unless you were at the Providence Latin Film Festival in April 2006, or have a garage filled with animation promotional materials, you probably don’t recall this gory, unrated dark comedy about the pursuit of a serial killer, because it never made it to theaters. How about The Way […]

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Oscar Watch: Best Animated Feature Contenders

November 24th, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

As technology gets bigger and the world gets smaller, the annual animated feature landscape becomes more and more diverse, with audiences and critics alike willing to step outside their kiddie-fare comfort zones and well-trod fairy tale fare for something truly inspired. Of course, some of these attempts fall right on their polygon riddled faces, but until the Academy reveals the lucky few who will compete for the Oscar statuette, let’s take a broad view. The LEGO Movie The LEGO Movie Studio: Animal Logic, Warner Bros. Distributor: WB Directors: Phil Lord, Chris Miller Release […]

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Disney Releases as Triple Play of Miyazaki on Blu-ray

November 19th, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

It’s a big day for fans of Hayao Miyazaki, as three of his most-beloved movies finally arrive in North American on Blu-ray and special edition DVD. Having checked out advance copies, these are the high-quality versions animation fans have been dreaming about. Let’s start with Kiki’s Delivery Service (Disney, $36.99 Blu-ray and DVD, $29.99 DVD), which tells the story of a young girl who heads off to distant city to become a witch and sets up a delivery service with her black cat Jiji. The new release includes a brand-new bonus feature […]

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‘Hippopotamy’ Wins Top KLIK! Prize

November 13th, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

The eclectic KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival (klikamsterdam.nl/festival) wrapped up over the weekend, awarding Polish animator Piotr Dumala’s Hippopotamy (Hippos) the Best Animated Short prize. “The director created a world that completely encapsulated and hypnotized the viewer … This film carried with it such a compelling and chilling narrative it left us discussing its merits, message, and purpose at great length”, the jury commented. The KLIK! Audience Award goes to Bear Story by Gabriel Osorio from Chile. Second place goes to The Elephant and the Bicycle by Olesya Shchukina (France. Belgium), and the third place is Oh My Dog! by Chloé […]

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‘Bee & PuppyCat’ Series Debuts on Cartoon Hangover

November 11th, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

Following a successful pilot launch and a record-breaking Kickstarter campaign which raked in nearly $900,000 for production funding, the hotly anticipated first season of Bee & PuppyCat debuts today on Channel Frederator’s Cartoon Hangover YouTube destination. Created by Adventure Time artist Natasha Allegri, the show started out last summer as a two-part, 10-minute short, becoming an instant hit and amassing over 4 million views. The hand-drawn series follows out-of-work 20-something Bee, whose life is changed when she encounters the mysterious creature she calls PuppyCat. Between space and time, the duo pick up intergalactic temp […]

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October 21st, 2014 | Admin | Tags:

Animation and live action haven’t always gotten along terribly well together in the same frame — Who Framed Roger Rabbit? excepted. But with the tech getting better and animation becoming increasingly popular, the creators of Disney XD’s new comedy series Kirby Buckets have decided to give it a fresh take. The series, which premieres Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, is mostly a live action show about young Kirby Buckets, who wants to be an animator. Kirby’s interest in animation is so intense that his drawings take on lives of their own — providing […]

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