61 episodes

From Identity Visuals comes Animalators: curious conversations from the world of animation. On each episode, animator Zac Dixon sits down with members of the animation community to discuss life, art, business and the creative process.

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    • Visual Arts
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

From Identity Visuals comes Animalators: curious conversations from the world of animation. On each episode, animator Zac Dixon sits down with members of the animation community to discuss life, art, business and the creative process.

    Sarah Blank

    Sarah Blank

    Sarah Blank is a freelance animator, compositor, designer and sometimes-writer/director. In the episode, we chatted with her about CG and live action compositing, Travel Oregon and user interfaces in VR.

    • 37 min
    Lisha Tan

    Lisha Tan

    Lisha Tan is a Creative Director at The Mill in Los Angeles, CA. In the episode, we chatted about The Story of O.J., reading YouTube comments and managing creative limitations as a director.

    • 36 min
    Wesley Louis

    Wesley Louis

    Wesley Louis is a Director at The Line Animation out of London, UK. In this episode, we talked about The Line’s team structure, hiring freelancers and Super Turbo Atomic Ninja Rabbit.

    • 53 min
    Manddy Wyckens

    Manddy Wyckens

    Manddy Wyckens is a director and designer at Studio AKA. In episode 57, we talk with her about giving direction, doing things she loves and finding a voice.

    • 44 min
    Handel Eugene

    Handel Eugene

    Handel Eugene is a motion designer and instructor for Mograph Mentor and Otis College. In the episode, we talked about his journey to Full Sail University, failure motivating success, and his obsession with documenting life.

    • 1 hr 9 min
    Joe Russ

    Joe Russ

    Joe Russ is a director, illustrator, motion designer and one of the developers of indie game Jenny LeClue.

    • 1 hr 6 min

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I look forward to this more than any other podcast. From the oinking pig in the theme song to the recurring 3 questions after each interview. Best way to get insights into the animation and motion world.

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