Thursday, February 23, 2006
Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Thursday, February 16, 2006
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
We've been Frederated! The Animated Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie is in Episode 17 of the Channel Frederator podcast (ranked #6 out of the universe of all podcasts by podcastalley.com).
The Animated Adventures of Bob & Doug McKenzie of course features Rick Moranis and Dave Thomas as Bob & Doug and their life in The Great White North. The McKenzies started out on SCTV and then made their big screen debut in Strange Brew which also features the inimitable Max von Sydow. While Animax works on an animated Bob & Doug feature, quell your hunger by watching this short on your ipod.
And don't forget to vote - a higher number is better.
Monday, February 13, 2006
Having worked on so many projects for Disney, this will be hard for the folks at Animax to resist. This Friday, February 17th and continuing through March 10th, Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles will be featuring the work of over 50 artists as part of their show,"Remixing the Magic," featuring reinterpretations of classic Disney characters and scenes.
Thursday, February 09, 2006
Flash animators - come out, come out, wherever you. The Animax animation team needs a few good men and women to join our growing horde. If you have skills or are on the verge of attaining skills (ninjas are gladly considered) or are have intern-level skills we would like to meet you. Special consideration given to animators who are ligers.
Wednesday, February 08, 2006
Was at AFI yesterday as part of the Digital Content Lab. Zodiac Gaming presented our team's approach to creating a digital pet that would live on your television. ANIMAX created characters, sample animations and boards to describe the product for an audience of interactive, television and media elite.
Monday, February 06, 2006
Friday, February 03, 2006
The past couple weeks we've had Warren Fuller in here working with ANIMAX Entertainment on a hush-hush upcoming animation project. While he's been here, we've also been helping him make improvements to his Adobe Flash plug-in, the Animation Slider Pro. While Flash itself is a great character animation tool, it has its limitations. The Slider speeds up the animation process by giving you the tools to help manage your symbol libraries more efficiently.