Bonjour et bienvenue to the DIY animation show! We are back with part 2 of our interview with Kevin Gemin, aka KekeFlipNote, as well as our final episode of season four!
Last time, we learned how the Nintendo DSi ignited Kevin’s passion for animating that still burns strong to this day. We were also given a detailed walkthrough of just how he makes his adorable, bouncing animations, as well as how to survive the naysayers and focus on what brings you joy.
Today in Part 2, Kevin continues to enlighten us…
- ...As he recounts how he came to work on the video series 'L'Odyssee de Klassik'
- The most challenging episode of 'L'Odyssee de Klassik' and why
- Tips for animating dance to music
- Practices for supporting other artists online and protecting your own work
- And the one most vital thing he thinks a diy animator needs!
This episode wraps up Season 4 of the DIY Animation Show. This summer, there won’t be any season break posts as we both have big personal things coming up - moving, job transitions - you all know what that’s like! So we hope you all have a fantastic spring and summer, filled with fun and animation, and we’ll see you back here for Season 5 in autumn 2020! (Be on the lookout - we’ll post a teaser the week before we release the first new episode!)
Until then, follow your heart, and have fun animating!
This episode is an indie production from your hosts, Jessica Doll & Lauren Morse.
Our theme music is provided by Azureflux.