We are thrilled to bring you this month's guest post by none other than New York's very own, Dan Savage. Dan is an incredibly talented director, designer, and animator who is also the father of Yule Log and Mixed Parts. In this month's guest post he takes us through some of the thoughts behind starting two of our industry's most popular platforms.
For our inaugural issue of Spectrum, we talked to Tynesha Foreman about being a black female animator and defining your own version of success.
As part of a recent update to their portfolio, Block & Tackle released a string of 5 IDs created for FX’s “American Horror Story.” Densely packed with creepy textures, the campaign spans several techniques, creating a mixed media feel that seems to be on the rise again.
Step by Step is a new monthly series with an emphasis on exploring a different artist's process each month and gaining an inside look into their unique approach to making exceptional work.
Panoply’s latest effort for Mercedes-Benz is best enjoyed alongside the sumptuous R&D process video.
"History of Viacom" is a superb case study for creating effective mixed reality experiences. As users explore an interactive timeline of Viacom's history, they uncover physical vignettes portraying characters and intellectual property...Show More Summary
As a follow up to his amazing short, “Dock Ellis & the LSD No-No” James Blagden has created another hilariously raunchy animated sports doc. For the uninitiated, we’ve included “Dock Ellis & the LSD No-No” below. Hat tip to Kris Mer...
For well over a decade, Kelly Meador and Daniel Elwing, the couple behind the Portland, Oregon-based studio, have been making music and visuals in equal measure. Their latest in-house effort is a series of four promos for their recently released EP, "Invisible Snake."
“Power Hungry” is the latest short film from illustrator and animator Benjy Brooke. In Benjy’s words, “‘Power Hungry’ is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventure about self-driving electric cars, nomadic robots, sunburnt mutants, and toys.” The...Show More Summary
Has your work been ripped off? As an individual or a studio, what can you do to protect your original works? To what extent does copyright law offer protection? And what can you do if your work has been ripped off? You'll find the answers to those questions in our interview with attorney and negotiation coach Katie Lane of Work Made for Hire.