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Friday, June 26th, 2020

JUNE 27: Monthly Discord Program – Duality of Animation

TOMORROW- SATURDAY. Event starts at 4:30 PDT, Program starts at 5:30

Animation Resources Discord

Animation Resources is hosting monthly Discord parties on its Discord server. Join us the last Saturday of every month to participate in discussions and network with fellow artists from all over the world. The party starts at 4:30 pm (PDT) and the program begins at 5:30 pm.

Here’s info on this month’s program…

Duality of Animation
As a pursuit, animation offers a lot of options… Should you go the independent route or shoot for a studio position? Do you want to supervise or follow a creative lead? Is it better to have a personal style or be versatile enough to draw in any style? The answers may surprise you!

Join us Saturday for an informal discussion of the options that are open to you. Understanding yourself and your strengths and weaknesses are the key to finding your place in the field of animation. Animation Resources is here to help you do that.

DUALITY OF ANIMTION
SATURDAY JUNE 27th, 2020 5:30 pm (PDT)
HOSTED BY DAVEY JARELL, WITH STEPHEN WORTH

Davey Jarell is a member of the Board of Directors of Animation Resources. He is a professional storyboard artist for television and acts as our Director of Programs. Stephen Worth has been working in animation as a producer for 35 years. He is the President of Animation Resources.

ABOUT DISCORD

Discord is a free chat app that supports video, voice chat and text chat. Discord servers are divided into channels, which all have their own subject or theme of discussion. Members are assigned roles which helps everyone keep track of who’s who. The Animation Resources Discord channel is a virtual meeting place for our supporters. You can meet other Animation Resources members, talk with the people behind the scenes at our organization, and attend lectures and screenings— all without leaving your home. It’s free and open to everyone in the creative community. If you’d like more info on how Discord works, see this article: What is Discord?

Here’s how to install the Discord app and login to the Animation Resources Discord Server:


    1. INSTALL DISCORD
  • iPhone or Android: Download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store and install.
  • Desktop: You can access Discord for your Mac or PC from discordapp.com. You can choose to download and install the free Discord app, or enter our channel directly using your web browser.
    2. CREATE AN ACCOUNT
  • Just follow the prompts to create your own login account.
    3. JOIN THE ANIMATION RESOURCES CHANNEL
  • Click the plus sign to the right of the app and select "JOIN A SERVER".
  • Enter this invite code: vES5YsV
    4. YOU’RE THERE!
  • Take a moment to look around, read the rules and introduce yourself.

The Animation Resources Discord Server is open to the public right now. Pop in and look around, and make a point to visit on Saturday!

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Friday, May 29th, 2020

Sat. May 30: Animation Resources Discord Party

Animation Resources Discord

With quarantines and shelter in place orders sweeping the globe, it’s important to stay in touch with the creative community. Animation Resources is doing its part by launching a Discord server for animators, cartoonists and illustrators.

What is Discord? If you are under 30, you probably already know. If you are a little bit older than that, here is a quick description of what Animation Resources Discord Server is all about…

Discord is a free chat app that supports video, voice chat and text chat. Discord servers are divided into channels, which all have their own subject or theme of discussion. Members are assigned roles which helps everyone keep track of who’s who. The Animation Resources Discord channel is a virtual meeting place for our supporters. You can meet other Animation Resources members, talk with the people behind the scenes at our organization, and attend lectures and screenings— all without leaving your home. It’s free and open to everyone in the creative community. If you’d like more info on how Discord works, see this article: What is Discord?

Here’s how to install the Discord app and login to the Animation Resources Discord Server:


    1. INSTALL DISCORD
  • iPhone or Android: Download the app from the App Store or Google Play Store and install.
  • Desktop: You can access Discord for your Mac or PC from discordapp.com. You can choose to download and install the free Discord app, or enter our channel directly using your web browser.
    2. CREATE AN ACCOUNT
  • Just follow the prompts to create your own login account.
    3. JOIN THE ANIMATION RESOURCES CHANNEL
  • Click the plus sign to the right of the app and select "JOIN A SERVER".
  • Enter this invite code: vES5YsV
    4. YOU’RE THERE!
  • Take a moment to look around, read the rules and introduce yourself.


Discord PartyDiscord PartyLAUNCH PARTY
Animation Resources Discord
May 30th!

The Animation Resources Discord Server is open to the public right now. But we are holding a launch party to celebrate and you’re invited! Come meet some of the officers and volunteers behind our organization and help us get it started with a bang. Animation Resources President, Stephen Worth and Board Member Davey Jarrell will be presenting a brief Q&A on Chuck Jones’s timing techniques. This is the first of our monthly Discord get-togethers where we screen films and discuss a wide variety of creative topics. Mark the last Saturday of every month on your calendar and join us for our monthly virtual meetings!

Animation Resources
Animation Resources Discord
Discord Server
Animation Resources Discord
Launch Party

Animation Resources Discord
Saturday, May 30th 4pm Pacific Daylight Time
Chuck Jones Timing Techniques Q&A 5:30pm PDT
Discord Invite Code: vES5YsV

Chuck Jones Bar Sheets

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

One of the biggest mysteries about the way cartoons were made in the classic era is musical timing. The number of frames an action would take to perform was planned along with the music that would accompany the movement. This synergy of timing and music is a big part of why golden age cartoons are so much more rhythmic and synchronized than modern animation. Davey Jarrell has reverse engineered Chuck Jones’s notes for "How The Grinch Stole Christmas" and he will break it all down and explain how it works. The program takes place in the Animation Resources Discord Server and it starts at 5:30pm PST on May 30th. Don’t miss it!

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Thursday, November 21st, 2019

Animation Resources at CTN-X Nov 21 to 24

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It’s that time again! The Animation Archive has been a part of CTN-X since the very beginning, and we will be there again this year from November 21st to 24th. We will have a table in the back corner of the circus tent, so stop by and say hello. We will also be making ourselves available for portfolio reviews on Saturday and Sunday. Check in with us at the table to find out the schedule. See you at CTN-X!

MORE INFO: https://ctnanimationexpo.com

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