The Rotoscopers is a podcast for the animation addict. In episode 3, they discuss Chelsea’s personal favorite filmâDon Bluth’s Rock-A-Doodle.
Patrick, Paul and I discuss the cult classic (really ?), Rock & Rule.
The Strand Weekend Highlights: June 16, 2012 — Pick of the week’s arts: Commonwealth Writers Prize winners; Carlos Gamerro; review of Rock of Ages and more
When it comes to animation, Robert Alvarez has done almost everything. "I’ve boarded, I’ve directed, I’ve designed, I’ve done backgrounds and I’ve animated. Everything but loading film." …
While a student at Choinard Art Institute in Los Angeles, Robert began his career with t.v. animation producer Fred Calvert. One of his first assignments? Working on a British project entitled Yellow Submarine, starring a rock group whose name has been lost in the mists of time. (Not.)
In the years that followed, Mr. Alvarez worked on various features and hundreds of television shows. As he tells it, he’s spent most of his working life fulfilling his junior high school dream of "being an animator."