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EntertainmentArtsAcademy.com: Interviews with Industry Pro's

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EntertainmentArtsAcademy.com: Interviews with Industry Pro's

Postby eaa-mondo » Tue Feb 15, 2011 10:33 pm

EAA: Interviews the Pro's
Featured Artist: Jules Aguimatang
These interviews are designed to give you wisdom from some great people working in our field. Here is an interview we did with awesome guy Jules Aguimatang. He sits down with us and explains how he got into the industry.

About Him: A graduate of California Institute of the Arts as a Character Animation Major, has been in feature and TV animation as a storyboard artist for the last 15 years. He has worked for such companies as Walt Disney Feature Animation, ILM and Sony Image Works. His many projects include Walt Disney's Mulan, Futurama and the recent release of Hasbro's GI Joe feature. An avid movie lover with Rocky and My Neighbor Totoro in his top 5 loved films, he is a family man and has 2 children.

Link to Interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8dSMe2sdYc

For more check us out at any of the links below or visit us at
http://www.entertainmentartsacademy.com/

Check out his classes here:
http://www.entertainmentartsacademy.com/classes/storyboarding

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Postby Charles » Wed Feb 16, 2011 10:19 am

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Postby eaa-mondo » Wed Feb 16, 2011 10:21 pm

Hi All,

We have a more casual interview with Paulo Ruvalcaba. A little about Paulo.

He has been working in the entertainment industry as a concept artist for Spinmaster Studios for the past 8 years. He developed visual concepts for characters, environments, and game play mechanics for MMO titles. He has also coordinated with directors and design teams for the Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, and Xbox Live titles.

Here is the interview!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjlFN78WgBs

Paulo's second class at EAA is Concept Art - Revised where he does this piece step by step.From thumbnail:
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EAA: 3SK Thumbnails
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To final mood piece:
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EAA: 3SK Final Mood Piece


This class will be coming end of week so check it out if you have sometime here:
http://www.entertainmentartsacademy.com/

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Postby Charles » Thu Feb 17, 2011 9:30 am

Here's the interview with Paulo Ruvalcaba.

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Re: EntertainmentArtsAcademy.com: Interviews with Industry P

Postby eaa-mondo » Fri Jun 29, 2012 12:25 am

Hey All!

Just thought we would mention for anybody interested. Everything is free on EntertainmentArtsAcademy.com now. We are slowly adding classes to the 100% free site. Check us out, we are getting better everyday. All free! All we ask is that you share with a buddy :)

Free Full Online Animation and Art Classes here: http://www.entertainmentartsacademy.com

It looks like we will be offering a Quick Start guide to ToonBoom shortly and a "How to get a job in Entertainment" class soon too! We love the support offered here! You are thanked on our Wall of Gratitude!

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