I was at the San Diego Comic Convention this weekend and discovered that Chris Sanders has created an official website which went live this past Wednesday. He says it’s still in the growing stage, but there are already some great sketches, desktop wallpapers, and a peek at his vinyl figure he debuted at the Con. Of course, I had to buy one. It’s a really great sculpt of his design. Believe me, I’ve watched plenty of his drawings become “3d” and it ain’t easy!
Here’s the link: http://chrissandersart.com/
“And Joe always told me, he said, ‘Burny, keep drawing. Keep drawing. You know, because that’s where your ideas are all gonna come from.'”
In the fourth and final part of his interview, Burny Mattinson leads us through Disney’s second golden age of animation. He talks about his work on various films inlcuding Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocahontas, and Mulan, and he shares some great advice on story idea generation and pitching. Burny has worked at Walt Disney Animation Studios for close to 55 years as an animator, story artist, director, and producer.
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As I mention in Show 19, here’s the list of requested guests from listeners. It’s not complete yet, but as I dig back through old emails and the survey from last year, I’ll update it. Feel free to add to it in the comments and I’ll drop those names in to the list.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A GUARANTEE OF UPCOMING GUESTS. IT IS ONLY A WISH LIST OF NAMES THAT HAVE BEEN REQUESTED BY LISTENERS.
Dale Baer – DONE!
James Baxter – DONE!
Bobby ‚ÄúBoom‚Äù Beck
Ken Duncan – DONE!
Eric Goldberg – DONE!
Steven E. Gordon
Jim Henson Muppetteers
Arthur Rankin Jr.
Daryl Van Citters
In part three, Burny Mattinson continues the conversation on his amazing career, from Mickey’s Christmas Carol, to the arrival of the Eisner era, through storyboarding on Beauty and The Beast. Burny has worked at Walt Disney Animation Studios for close to 55 years as an animator, story artist, director, and producer.
Get the MP3 here: Show 18: Burny Mattinson, Part Three
(23.4MB, 51:05 minutes)
Or get the enhanced version playable only with Quicktime, iTunes, or iPods. (Includes pictures and links in addition to the audio.)
Get the AAC here: Show 18: Burny Mattinson, Part Three
(24.8MB, 51:05 minutes)
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