Earlier this month the Bancroft Brothers conducted a very entertaining interview with Laika’s Travis Knight. Lots of great info about animation, managing a studio, and Travis addresses the recent of rumors of Laika’s intention to enter the hand drawn realm.
And don’t miss their latest podcast, The Job of Being an Animator.
I had Bret in mind to be one of the first people I interviewed and I’m so delighted it finally happened! Continue reading
Carlos Baena’s work has been a huge inspiration to me over the years and so I was super excited when he agreed to come on and chat with me! Continue reading
For the first minute or so Glen speaks french, then switches to English.
Joseph Holmark (whose work has been featured here before) and Rusty Gray, are former classmates of mine that have both found early success in their careers. Rusty interviews Joseph about his time at Blue Sky, the challenges of breaking into the industry, and staying hungry once you’re in. It’s encouraging to hear the effect this blog can have on artists and their careers. If On Animation has helped you climb career ladders, we’d love to hear about it!
I’m delighted to have the very lovely, and wonderfully talented Darrin Butters on the show to talk acting and animation!
A Commercial Art student who found his way in Disney through his acting background. Starting out on Dinosaur, working his way through a number of movies including Meet the Robinsons, Bolt, Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph, Frozen and has just wrapped on Big Hero 6! I met Darrin through a mutual friend a house party and instantly knew I had to have him on the show; his humorous and sincere personality makes him so approachable and fun to talk to while his background in acting and improv make him a unique and valuable guest for the show. Head on over to Toon Talks Podcast to have a listen. And subscribe in iTunes.