1. For more information on the class please go to:

    And for more lectures please visit http://mikeanimates.blogspot.com/

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  2. Here's a break down of my animation process on Big Hero 6.

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  3. Here's a break down of my animation process on Zootopia.

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  4. You can get three months of Skillshare for only $0.99. Go to skl.sh/RoyalOcean to sign up today.

    In a world where live-action and animation are growing closer and closer to one another, Richard Williams was and still is one of the last remaining members of the old guard who wanted to push animation in the exact opposite direction, to do what no other medium can, and that's perhaps most evident in the masterful way in which his films move. Let's dive in and see what we can learn.

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    Sources/Further Reading-
    The Creative Person: Richard Williams (1967) - http://bit.ly/2Euck46
    I Drew Roger Rabbit (1988) - http://bit.ly/2meemOs
    The Animator's Survival Kit by Richard Williams - amzn.to/2CYkNAr

    Special thanks to Garrett Gilchrist for TheThiefArchive, his massive collection of Williams-related films and interviews found on YouTube, and his ReCobbled cut of Williams' stolen masterpiece The Thief and the Cobbler. This video simply wouldn't have been possible without either resource.

    You can follow me through:
    Twitter- twitter.com/andymsaladino
    YouTube- youtube.com/c/theroyaloceanfilmsociety

    Music by:
    Bonus Points - soundcloud.com/bonuspoints
    Dyalla- soundcloud.com/dyallas

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  5. With PHANTOM THREAD hitting theaters Christmas Day, I thought now would be a good time to examine a less-discussed Paul Thomas Anderson technique. Though PTA made a name for himself with elaborate and technically complex filmmaking, one of his defining trademarks is a simple one--letting his camera linger on a silent character. While many filmmakers rely on dialogue to convey poignancy or gravity, PTA allows his lens to absorb a character's silence. They may be watching, they may be listening, or or they may be in utter shock, but the result is the same; we feel the moment. Here is a look at PTA's lingering and reflective silence.

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