drawwhatyoudream asked: SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) was rated number three in top animation schools in North America :) Ringling was 2nd, I believe. I've heard great things about both. I, myself, have been accepted into SCAD and I plan on going there next year for animation.
thearetical asked: In regard to schools, for someone who knows they want to actually <i>animate</I> and doesnt want to spend four years learning other skills they'll never use, I highly recommend looking into Animation Mentor or AnimSchool. If you don't know what aspect of the animation process to focus on though, a generalist program where you can learn a little of everything is a good way to...
whatjewsay asked: I mean, it's my Alma Mater, and i'm only a designer, but I've seen a lot of good animation come out of Northeastern Univ (believe it or not). They've had a lot of co-ops with Buck animation. But a lot of the work is mostly 3D stuff. Based in Maya. But people can turn it into whatever they want.
migizi asked: Sheridan Animation in Canada as well. Very strong program with links to CalArts in it's professors
onceuponadrawing asked: This is also for your ask question about animation colleges c: You could also look into SVA (School of Visual Arts) or RISD (Rhode Island School of Design), I believe both of them have very good animation programs avaliable!
Anonymous asked: HI, i absolutely love your blog! Glen and Clair keane are like my idols haha. I really want to be an animator and work for pixar or disney later on, but i dont know what major i should study. would you know which major would be best? :)
iwishalpacinowasmyfather asked: Do you strive to be an animator in the future or do you have other plans? And are there other artists/animators you really look up to? Lovely blog by the way; thank you for sharing! c:
littledigits asked: Great way to respond to that ' opposite style ' question. The magic of Glen Keanes art isint necessarily in the style of it , its the life behind it. He has a way of capturing such vibrant personalities and makes them come to life...you can learn that regardless of what style you have :)
Anonymous asked: do you know somewhere i can find/download the disney art books for free? thanks!
Anonymous asked: For someone who loves Glen Keane so much, your style is almost the exact opposite of his.
penciltests: The Badger, by Glen Keane from “The Fox and the Hound” 1981
groovyreturns asked: i really like your blog (: can u show us some of your drawings?
animationart: Glen Keane