Articles tagged with: creature

Interview with Animator Brendan Body

on August 29, 2018

In our 57th podcast we interview animator Brendan Body. Brendan has worked around the world, switching between animated features and Visual Effects. Some of his film credits include four of the Harry Potter films, Hellboy 2, Pacific Rim, and Legend of The Guardians. The theme of flight has run throughout his career, having brought to life various birds, pixies, dragons, a Hippogryph, and giant flying kaju. Brendan will be teaching in our Creature animation workshop 3, Flight School and Fantasy Creatures. This along with his love of animation made this a fantastic interview!

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Interview with Animator Brendan Body

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David Gibson GDC 2016 Talk

on December 20, 2016

Blizzard senior animator and iAnimate creature instructor, David Gibson, spoke at this years GDC.

In this talk from the GDC Animation bootcamp, David breaks down the animation basics of creating Overwatch characters by showing the process for creating the frozen scientist hero Mei.

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Creature Instructor David Gibson Wins an Annie Award!

on February 11, 2016

David Gibson Annie Awards winner

David spent almost 4 years as a developer and supervising animator on Evolve. During production, David and the entire team worked tirelessly to push the experience taking risks to create a unique and refreshing game for our players. His main areas of focus during development were the look and feel of the monsters, creatures, and first person hunters which he's now sharing his experience with his students at iAnimate.net

Creature Animation Student Showreel 2015 | Creature Animation Page | Podcast Interview with David Gibson

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iAnimate 5 Year Anniversary Flashback

on December 29, 2015

In July 2010 we opened our doors with the goal of bringing top notch training, by talented industry professionals, to artists homes around the world. In that period of time we've helped thousands of artists achieve their goals. This is a brief highlight of our five years in the animation industry and showing some of the best student work during that time.

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