While not specific to animation, the concept of the 10,000 hour rule certainly makes its way through the community, from students, masters, and everyone in between. It’s a perpetual topic for creatives. The rule, popularized by writer Malcolm Gladwell (my high school art teacher used to read to us from Blink while we mediated…), arguesContinue reading “10,000 Hour Rule”
Updating the site to let you know that I’ve started podcasting again with the animation news site Cartoon Brew! I’d done a few episodes with them before, and am returning with a bi-weekly news show. So please look forward to new episodes every other Friday, and listen to last week’s episode here.
This week, animation news site Cartoon Brew launched their new podcast. Hosted by…me! I remember being a college student, checking Cartoon Brew daily, grasping for anything I could about this elusive industry, to being in the industry, understanding the news I was reading on a deeper level having gone through some of it myself. ItContinue reading “The Cartoon Brew Podcast”
Wall-E (2008) is one of the strongest films to come out of the big US feature animation studios. I would argue that it might be one of if not the most important animated feature to come out that decade, including internationally. Even with the leaps and bounds we’ve made with animation in the last decade,Continue reading “The Past and the Future are Our Now: A Look at Environmentalism in Princess Mononoke & Wall-E”
As the month of October comes to an end, I can’t help but realize how quiet I have been on this site. My last post was about SIGGRAPH was in August! While I post pretty frequently on social media, that’s of course not the same as a full on post. But with work on myContinue reading “My First Cartoon Brew Article”