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August 23, 2016 12:32 am Published by Leave your thoughts
OK JANNimators, we have some interesting challenges up in the facebook community group but there is one in particular that is perfect for practicing or utilizing your specialization as well as fostering team work. In the “Later Alligator” challenge you can chose to storyboard, animatic, rig, texture, animate, composite or edit. two of our members Khemardi… View Article
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Local Animation News

July 11, 2017 1:28 pm Published by Leave your thoughts
The application for the animation training for 3D animated movies is now open. APPLY TODAY There are two modules remaining: ​Module 4 – Animation and Rigging (Specialized in Face) – July 31 – September 26, 2017 APPLY HERE:​4 ACCOMMODATION will be provided for out of town participants (persons living outside of Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Catherine). DURATION: Each… View Article
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Regional Animation News

May 17, 2015 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts
Come ONE! Come ALL! The Animae Caribe festival is ramping up once again and they are ready for your animations! The Animae Caribe Film and New Media Festival is the largest animation film network within the Caribbean region. From the website… Animae Caribe “functions as a regional platform for Caribbean animators and through its technical… View Article
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International Animation News

Brother Bear - brothers gazing at the ancestral spirits
April 10, 2015 6:30 am Published by 1 Comment
Robert Walker, a Disney artist and co-director of Disney’s 44th feature film – Brother Bear, has died suddenly at age 54 from a suspected heart attack. In the AWN article by Jennifer Wolfe, Jim Walker is cited as noting of his older brother “He was just a down-to-earth, quiet, thoughtful guy who cared about the people… View Article