Animators by day Animation teachers by night.

Monday, August 21, 2006

Summer Doldrums

One of the reasons for lack of posts these days is production. We are swamped with work here and getting the time to come up with posts on a weekly basis is hard. Also, sorry if I have not been responding to email, but my inbox if so piled up with spam, I can even see anything. I intend to change it soon to clear out everything.

Anyway, classes will be starting again in september, so we will try to start putting some info up. Stephen Gregory and I are really the only two guys keeping this blog going and I know he is busy too. In the mean time, you can send in some possible requests for topics and interviews and who knows, maybe we will anser them. We are still committed to teaching animation, so dont give up on us yet.




Blogger nvona said...

Could you do an interview with Doug Sweetland?

Thanks for the great blog and keep up the good work. Crunch time is a bear so thanks for taking the time...

5:12 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks heaps for all your efforts :)
I look forward to your next post.

6:08 PM

Blogger Dave said...

Same here - all this is very much appreciated.

5:11 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Come back soon! WHee~~

9:58 AM

Blogger Max Perelman said...

I don't think anyone begrudges you guys your time and effort on the next Pixar films... As long as you keep posting stuff like the Nate Stanton interview from time to time this site'll stay near the top of my list of internet resources.

12:02 PM

Blogger Clay Kaytis said...

I hear ya brother! Keep it up (the real job that is). This is a lesson for all those would-be animators out there: Animating's hard work, 'aint it? We'll see (and hear) you on the other side.

5:40 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was wondering if you could do a post about the brows and lids and how they change expressions, that would be great. thanks!

11:10 AM

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3:24 PM


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