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Nov 22, 2008

Richard Williams @ Pixar

There's a great mini-interview with Richard Williams at Spline Doctors:

http://splinedoctors.com/2008/11/richard-williams-spline-cast/

This is almost identical to the stuff Richard talked about when he came to Vancouver recently. It's great that it's all online now. I knew it would end up online eventually, as he mentioned he was on his way south to California, where animator's are smarter, and carry recorders with them everywhere :P

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Blogger Matt J said...

Williams has been very inspirational to me too. Back when I was an animation student in 1996 he came to Cardiff to do a 1 day version of his masterclass. Our professor took along a few of us who were studying 2-D -i think it only cost around 25 pounds for the day. A couple years later I did the 3 day course in London that cost 600 pounds! Then of course it's all in the book! Still there's nothing like hearing the man & his anecdotes in person to get you fired up.
Think you'll invest in the dvd set?

November 22, 2008 8:42 PM

 
Blogger Dan said...

I have a feeling I'll be getting it for Christmas. But if I don't I'll definitely buy it as soon as I can.

I can listen to these old guy drone on for hours. I love the Toon In Podcasts for that very same reason. Even thought I don't know who half of them are, they've been around the business, and have so many stories. I love animation history.

November 22, 2008 8:58 PM

 

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