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April, 2015

  • 22 April

    First 3D Printed Animated Short, Brad Bird’s “The Spirit” 1980 test animation

    Another week FULL of stories and interesting topics… and I get a fantastic migraine during the recording this week, because why not? But that doesn’t stop us from recording an amazing episode for you all! Because we saw teaser trailers, Brad Bird’s would-be take on “The Spirit,” a 3D printed …

  • 17 April

    Action Cam by SONY Launches “Never Before Seen” Campaign

    WASHINGTON D.C. – SONY Launches US campaign commissions over 20 films shot on Action Cams by directors all over the world. With the recent release of Sony’s all-new Action Cam, they are launching a new initiative called “Never Before Seen” to display the camera’s abilities through stunning visuals of some …

  • 15 April

    Lynda.com sold to LinkedIn for $1.5bil, 1920s-style Clarence episode

    Where did the name ‘RubberOnion’ come from? Cat animation sells cars? Lynda.com sold for HOW MUCH?! We have a special 2hr episode of the podcast this week because there were so many relevant stories! A new segment debuts at the end as well where I answer some questions like what’s …

  • 8 April

    Difference between an Animation Job and a Career, Sylvain Chomet directs a music video

    There aren’t many main stories this week because of the high likelyhood of fakery (April Fools was a few days before this recording). But what we DO have was completely submitted by you listeners so thanks for the help! Disney is making another live-action movie off one of their animation …

  • 4 April

    Hunting For Artistic Inspiration In Manhattan With Jamie Martinez

    New York – Saturday, April 4, 2015 Hunt for Inspiration – a recent solo gallery show featuring artwork by Jamie Martinez at the Galerie Protege in Chelsea was incredibly well received in its opening reception.  The basement level gallery was buzzing with excited viewers of all kinds.  A mixed lot of artists, …