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Tag Archives: animator
If you’re reading this right now, I hope you’ll take 6 minutes and change to view this video that spends a little time introducing the faces behind the animators who brought us Disney’s Tangled. Some of the talented crew at … Continue reading
When we heard that Walt Disney Animation Studios had decided that hand-drawn animation should not have died with the poorly received “Home On The Range” and that they were reviving the the Princess genre as well, with the first African … Continue reading
CartoonBrew.com brings us the story of Chad Stewart a former Disney animator who lost his house to a fire while he was at church with his family. His family includes eight kids, four girls by birth and four adopted boys. … Continue reading
The accurately named CoolHunting blog has an interview with Ron Magliozzi, curator of the Tim Burton Retrospective at NYC’s MoMA. Faced with the responsibility of being the first Museum to present so much previously unseen work from an artist as … Continue reading