Animation Exchange 2017 Recording & Feedback


The first Animation Exchange is on the books and what an absolute blast it was! My mind is still racing with all of the ways we can grow and adapt the experience to best serve the entire community.

If you missed the stream, or want to watch it again, below are the times and links to each segment. And if you would like to give feedback (PLEASE DO!) you can let us know your thoughts on the forum or anonymously on the question form. And if you would like to see some shots from behind the scenes and general good times had by everyone on the stream, #AnimX is your place to go.

Thank you so much to Twitch, everyone on the stream, everyone on the chat and everyone watching it now that it is recorded. This feels like the future of knowledge sharing and wider community involvement for the animation industry, and it is just getting started!

Time Type Title Link
00:02:53 Panel Live Q&A         
00:33:08 Interview Jeremy Yates (Naughty Dog)    
00:41:42 Presentation What Schools Aren’t Teaching You    
01:12:40 Interview Gabriela Aveiro-Ojeda (Dames Making Games)
01:19:17 Presentation World to the West Animation Process
01:53:19 Interview Young Vo (Sparky Pants)
02:09:17 Panel Animation Flashback: Spider-Man 2
02:37:07 Interview Almudena Soria (Naughty Dog)
02:47:10 Presentation An Intro to Animation in Unreal Engine 4
03:32:29 Interview Matthew Russell (Amazon)
03:40:09 Presentation Animation Flashback: Assassin’s Creed Combat
04:13:41 Interview Jake Clark (Studio MDHR)
04:26:00 Panel MOBA Animation: LoL, HotS, Paragon
05:21:40 Interview Jeremy Collins (Blizzard)
05:30:49 Presentation Back to Basics: 2D Animation for Games
06:00:13 Interview Steven Dickinson (The Coalition)
06:06:20 Panel Animation Programming in 2017
06:53:06 Interview Zach Lowery (Boss Key)
07:02:56 Presentation Interactive Cinematic Sequences in Uncharted 4
07:30:56 Interview David Gibson (Blizzard)
07:41:10 Panel Fine, god-dammit! We’ll review it live!



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