Meta: Support Animation Resources

Even if you aren’t able to contribute or volunteer, you can help the Animation Resources project by writing a letter of support. We plan to apply for grants and sponsorships to take the project to the next level, and feedback from the users of our resources is vital to convincing potential sponsors that AnimationResources.org is a worthwhile project to support.

We are looking for letters from students, educators, artists and professionals in the animation industry. Your letter should include…

  • A little information about yourself
  • The resources that you find most valuable
  • Examples of how Animation Resources has helped you in the past
  • What you would like to see Animation Resources do in the future
  • Your statement of support and encouragement to others to support the project as well

For more information and the address to send your letter of support to, please contact Stephen Worth at sworth@animationresources.org.

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2 Responses to “Meta: Support Animation Resources”

  1. Hi Steve,
    I’ve noticed for sometime that in your “Inbetweens” section of the blog you are using a drawing at the page head that is one that I did in the late 1950s. It appeared in an edition of Top Cel, the local 841 Screen Cartoonists Union newsletter. I noticed that you added some details, details that I especially didn’t include as it was a gag done for animators who knew what desks and other animation furniture looked like. Well; have fun, but it would be nice if you could credit me as the original artist.I began in the business in 1949 and am still connected to the field as a long time professor of animation studies at New York’s School of Visual Arts. I’ve written a book, Animation the Whole Story which would be of interest to many of your readers. Anyway, keep up the cause of offering information to those like you and me who are entranced by the art and commerce of animation.
    Sincerely,
    Howard Beckerman

  2. Hery Manantsoa says:

    thank you for your help!
    best regards

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