Posted by Adam Weber on Saturday, April 2, 2011 2:17
Greetings loyal blog readers. If you’re reading this post on the day it was created then it’s probably a safe bet that you’re a loyal reader. Glen and I unanimously agreed to wait until the 2nd of April to post this as opposed to yesterday for reasons that are probably self apparent.
Given that the crunch to complete the software for The Animation Academy’s online program is behind us, and I’m officially graduating from college next week, we now have our ducks in a row to resume working on Hackberry Hollow on Tuesday, April 12th. That’ll give me a very badly needed vacation for two days.
Hopefully that’s soon enough to soothe my writing withdrawals.
Posted by Glen Moyes on Sunday, March 6, 2011 2:23
We are just two weeks away until we end our mad dash to launch the software that’s powering The Animation Academy’s online program. Here’s a video podcast that shows what we’ve been doing over the past 3 months (and the coding prior that led up to it), using Gource, a very neat commit log visualization program.
Posted by Glen Moyes on Saturday, January 8, 2011 1:37
We are counting down to the launch of The Animation Academy going online. Now it’s just two months away.
In other news, Adam got some new audio recording hardware. I used a different production technique during our last podcast that improved the overall audio quality, but also demonstrated the huge gap in quality between my recording hardware and Adam’s. As of today that was fixed.
Posted by Glen Moyes on Friday, December 24, 2010 22:24
Discussing other people’s work is something we do quite a lot as an exercise in story writing. An important aspect of this exercise is to discuss what works, in addition to what doesn’t, and to try and come up with solutions to those problems.
Posted by Glen Moyes on Saturday, December 11, 2010 3:23
Yes, this is the announcement.
Founded by Charles Zembillas in 1998 (character designer for Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, and Jak and Daxter), The Animation Academy is an excellent training program for production design in animation, and coming up in March The Animation Academy will be going online.
What does that mean for Hackberry Hollow? Read more to find out.