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Francis

By Richard Willimot

Wednesday, Apr 16, 2014
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Francis was based on a short story written by Dave Eggers for the radio show called This American Life. Richard Hickey worked with producer Kevin Batten and his team to realize the short. Francis has shown at the Cannes Film Festival.



Animation Bits

By Tim Sormin

Tuesday, Apr 15, 2014
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Here are some great bits of animation from around the web today:

Stop-mo

Stop-mo-like

Smiley face

Easter-themed CG

found via Flooby Nooby and Spline Bomb



Writers' Block

By Richard Willimot

Monday, Apr 14, 2014
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It was a dark and stormy night and...ahh..er. Ok so I'm not a writer,but the characters in Writers' Block are.Written and directed by Tom Gran and Martin Woolley and produced by Wonky Films.

Have a great week and Happy Animating!



Tissa David

By Richard Willimot

Friday, Apr 11, 2014
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Genuine words of animating genius on tap for today.Tissa David is a true legend and pioneer and here she is interviewed by John Canemaker.



The Gap

By Tim Sormin

Thursday, Apr 10, 2014
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This idea went viral a little while ago when Ira Glass put it like this:

GlassGap

But since Ryan Kingslien points out that "just fight your way through" isn't quite good enough sometimes let's put it on a graph like this:

improve

The challenges are still represented, but without showing the "gap" as a valley in the chart it's easy to see how improvement is just around the corner.



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