Monthly Archives: March 2012

The Tale of N.

Once upon a time there was a girl who had to go from one place (BKLN) to another (MHTN). She went down to the subway and took an N train. But the poor girl didn’t realize that under the ground … Continue reading

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Stop and Motion Monday

We do all things as stop and move, and Monday is one of those things. Especially last Monday when three young and expert stop motion animators arrived to my studio to work on a set. But first things first. First … Continue reading

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Generation X: Where did we come from?

Few weeks ago I asked questions to my Team – Generation Y. Now the Generation Y strikes back with their own questions to me. Wendy Zhao, the project’s¬†production manager, editor, compositor, art assistant and a, accomplished artist of her own … Continue reading

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In Search for Perfect Animation Software

Quite a few animators with few exceptions* sometimes dream of a Machine or Software that would allow them to export images from their brain directly to an HD quality Quick Time Movie (.mov). You’d press the Brain Impulse Capturing device … Continue reading

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