March 14, 2013, 1:04 pm
Now there’s been some confusion about this, so we’ll try to make it clearer: This news does not mean Adobe will stop selling any of the CS products, only that you will no longer be able to buy them in the form of a shrinkwrapped box, physically hand-delivered via mail, courier, or store. Customers can continue to download their purchases instantly as most already do, saving on both shipping costs and the environment.
LOS ANGELES -- The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the ABC Television Network announced key dates for the 91st Oscars. The Academy Awards presentation will air live Feb. 24 on ABC.
The Virtual Arcade at Tribeca Film Festival features 21 world premiere virtual and augmented exhibits from a total of 33 virtual reality innovative exhibitions and experiences waiting for the public.
Ever wonder how speakers and particular speaking sessions get organized at animation conferences? I certainly did, until recently when I had the opportunity to help curate a conference ‘track’ for the upcoming FMX event in Stuttgart.
One of the key ways to make a successful sequel/reboot to a beloved franchise is to get as many people who were involved with the original attached to the new movie. We see this all the time on the TV side with reboots, as having the people who made the series so successful in the first place helps give the fans confidence in the new installment. The same is very much true for the new Halloween movie, which has series co-creator John Carpenter on board as an executive producer. Carpenter won't be directing, but he'll still have one other important job: composing the soundtrack.
If your feel your eyes need a break but you still want to learn about sound design for film and games, here are some fantastic hosts to regale you.
In this tutorial, we will walk through the steps in animating a twirling character using Toon Boom Stage 10. We will learn how to draw rough poses, how to polish them, and how to transform them into a smooth, seamless animation!
“Editing is unique to film,” Stanley Kubrick told Rolling Stone in 1987. “You can see something from different points of view almost simultaneously, and it creates a new experience.” Big Little Lies director Jean-Marc Vallée certainly agrees. Throughout the series, Vallée uses editing as a passageway into characters’ points of view, subjectively portraying objective realities. In his detailed and insightful video essay “Editing & Empathy in Big Little Lies,” Mzak explores how Vallée uses creative, subtle editing devices to share characters’ points of view.
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