Tapia was one of 12 students who put their imaginations and hands to work by building the storyline, sets and characters from scratch for their animation class.
The students were allowed to use all sorts of technology to create their films including film making, visual effects and photo editing programs.
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In the Living Arts and Science Center’s class, students learned to make short films using Lego bricks and film editing computer programs.
Source: Legos come to life at stop motion filmmaking summer camp | Lexington Herald Leader
Here’s a glimpse inside the famed Disney Animation Research Library to celebrate the re-release of Pinocchio, Walt Disney’s second theatrical animated motion picture.
Source: Disney Animation Research Library: the secrets revealed | SyfyWire
Amazon has ordered two new animated titles for its Amazon Original Kids Series slate: Pete the Cat, based on the award-winning book series, and Costume Quest, inspired by the hit videogames.
Source: Amazon Greenlights Original Toons ‘Pete the Cat’ & ‘Costume Quest’ | Animation Magazine
He’ll direct the stop-animation feature with Mark Gustafson, aiming to utilize similar technology to Charlie Kauffman’s ‘Anomalisa.’
Source: Taika Waititi to Co-Direct Michael Jackson Movie ‘Bubbles’ | Hollywood Reporter
Netflix, producer Adi Shankar (Dredd), writer Warren Ellis (Planetary), and executive Fred Seibert (Adventure Time) are making an animated Castlevania show based on the famous video game series. Learn about Castlevania season 1, part 1.
Source: Netflix’s Castlevania Show Debuting This Year
Vancouver-based Big Bad Boo Studios is extending its partnership with UNICEF in order to reach more refugee children, in more countries, with additional content.
Source: Big Bad Boo Expands UNICEF Partnership | Animation Magazine
‘Zootopia’ and ‘Kubo and the Two Strings’ are among the contenders for best animated feature.
Source: Annie Awards Preview: What to Know About the Animation Community’s Big Night | Hollywood Reporter
To tell the story of Owen Suskind, who found his voice through ‘The Little Mermaid’s’ Sebastian, filmmaker Roger Ross Williams turned to original animation.
Source: How Doc ‘Life, Animated’ Brought an Autistic Boy’s Imagination to Life Through Disney Sidekicks