- What a character! Doyle, Audrey // Computer Graphics World;Aug96 Supplement, Vol. 19 Issue 8, pS22
Features computer generated characters and creatures from television commercials and feature films. Includes tough cookie created by R/Greenberg Associates for Borden/Meadow Gold Dairies Inc.; Olympic Barbie gymnast tumbling created by Windlight Studios for Mattel Inc.; Humpty created by...
- The evolution of digital characters. Elson // Computer Graphics World;Sep99, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p23
Discusses the stages in the evolution of digital characters. Keyframe animation; Layered animation and single skins; Scripted memory and behavior; Character autonomy; Personality.
- Lip Service. Doyle, Audrey // Computer Graphics World;Aug2000, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p51
Focuses on the advances in software solutions for lip sync animation. Advance tools used in production facilities; Approaches to automating lip sync in computer animation; Features and functions of software from various vendors.
- An Animation Celebration. Wolff, Ellen // Millimeter;Jun2004, Vol. 32 Issue 6, Special Section p12
Highlights the Siggraph 2004 Computer Animation Festival in Los Angeles, California. Event description; Theme; Participants; Programs and activities.
- '97 LEAF Award winners. // Computer Graphics World;Feb98, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p15
Presents the winners of the 1997 London Effects and Animation Festival (LEAF) Awards which recognized works in computer-generated animation and visual effects around the world.
- CG shops set to tackle toon territory. Graser, Marc // Daily Variety;2/28/2002, Vol. 274 Issue 65, pA5
Reports on the computer graphics companies in the United States. Involvement of Industrial Light & Magic, Sony Pictures Imageworks in animation; Project of Imageworks on the 'Astroboy' computer graphic features of Sony Pictures; Feature of digital version on the 'Spiderman' movie; Expansion of...
- Toon time. Parisi, Paula // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;01/25/2000, Vol. 361 Issue 24, pS-24
Focuses on the state of Internet animation in the United States. Factors contributing to the growth of Internet animation; Web sites dedicated to animation; Established animation companies publishing original content on their Web sites; Advances in streaming-video technologies helping the...
- Ink and Paint: Walt Disney Studios, 1948-1954. PIERCE, TODD JAMES // North American Review;Fall2015, Vol. 300 Issue 4, p21
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being an inker.
- INJUNUITY. Medina, Vincent // News from Native California;Winter2013/2014, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p6
An interview with Adrian Baker, creator of the Injuinity project, explaining its origins, successes, and future, is presented. When asked to describe the project, he mentions the 9 short pieces that they put together for Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), their "YouTube" videos, and the learning...