Head of Animation Lino DiSalvo Talks Art of Frozen at Walt Disney Family Museum

Hello Readers! Here is a repost of an article I wrote for the Women in Animation San Francisco Chapter Blog. You can find out more about our organization by visiting www.womeninanimationsf.blogspot.com. Happy reading! Enthusiasm for Frozen was palatable at the sold out Frozen: Art of Animation talk Friday night at the Walt Disney Family Museum.…

Drawing for Features Storyboarding ANM 372 Week 1: Life Drawing

Hello good webizens! Today I am showcasing my second storyboarding class, Animation 372: Storyboarding for Feature Animation. That’s right, this semester I am taking not one, but two storyboard classes. I am exceedingly pleased with this semester. As a storyboard major, I am finally taking the courses most interesting to me: STORYBOARDING. For FILM no…

Best aspects of childhood combined: Wreck-It Ralph

Saw “Wreck-It Ralph” today before the big trip to CTN. It combined two of my fondest childhood memories, watching cartoons and playing video games. It is apparent from the 8-bit Mickey Disney Animation Studios logo to the beginning sequence of the film that director Rich Moore and crew deeply respect and appreciate the games of…

Sketch Blog

So after posting last week I realized that I mainly draw characters standing perfectly straight. But animation is all about movement. So this week I began to draw characters in various other positions. My good friend returned from Japan with several anime books for me, so I am teaching myself how to draw in that…

Return of the fox

So after waiting on Sunday for my coworker to show up with my new monitor(which never happened) and after having problems with my roommate’s scanner (grr) I became thoroughly frustrated by this whole mess. Why did my laptop die after four short years?Alas… Fortunately, now the scanner/printer is operating again so I can now resume…