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2D Is Not Dead

A couple of years ago I made a post talking about traditional animation, and addressing this pessimist view about it. Why is 2D animation dying, if it’s still one of the most amazing art forms? 545 more words


5 big reasons to choose Hi-Tech for an Animation training course

After reading this article you will question why you haven’t chosen Hi-Tech already. Animation is the fastest growing sector with more opportunities booming up every single day. 401 more words


In what ways is animation an achievement

Animation as an art is the epitome of storytelling. It is the best medium to reach people and convey a sentiment. Animated films have no boundaries and limitations as to till where can they go and how many people they can reach. 348 more words


2018 ANNIE Award: Coco Awarded in 11 Categories including Best Animated Feature

Presented by  International Animated Film Association, ASIFA-Hollywood, Annie Award is an  American award for outstanding performances in the Animation Industry.

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Most Essential Tips for Animation

We have picked up few guidelines that will prove to be of real help for those into cartoon animation or in any other segment of animation industry. 921 more words

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Step 2 of the 5 Step Process

The 5 Step Process

Script: Our writers draw up a script which details NARRATION, DIALOGUES, and CHARACTER-ANALYSIS, optimized as per your preferences, requirements and stated duration. 52 more words

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WA's credit rating at risk: Treasurer

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