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My name is Kenny Roy and I am an animator, studio owner, animation author and mentor, passionate about animation and performance. My training site is filled with video tutorials and demonstrations as well as full-length lectures chock-full of tips and tricks to make you a better animator.
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Have you ever been through such a bad breakup that you just want to..well you know.Mortal Breakup Inferno takes us on a wild ride with just that in mind.
Have a great week and Happy Animating!
By Richard Willimot
Friday, Sep 19, 2014
One man's obsession with art comes to a surprising outcome.Dripped was written and directed by Leo Verrier.
Trojan Horse was a Unicorn 2014
By Tim Sormin
Thursday, Sep 18, 2014
Trojan Horse was a Unicorn (going on right now til Saturday in Troia, Portugal) is an artist-centric CGI convention, and as such, is fast becoming one of the most popular industry events. It features, talks, live demos, portfolio reviews, workshops, mentorship, recruitment, live drawing sessions, art battles, and parties. Techno Image was originally asked to create a poster for this year's THU , but they decided instead to create a short film and it's awesome.
Side note: Pedro Conti and Victor Hugo Queiroz, who did the character modeling, have really established a signature style that you can tell is theirs, without even reading the credits. That's a rare quality in CG these days so kudos to them.