The following video is a look into the history of computer animation from the perspective of Ed Catmull, Alvy Ray Smith, Andrew Stanton and Brad Bird.
If you're as big as a Pixar fan as me, you'll have already heard some of the stories. Some of these stories are told in The Pixar Story documentary from 3-disc WALL-E DVD (Amazon link) and the book To Infinity And Beyond.
You have to watch this video if you're a Pixar fan or into animation.
Rama grew up in Florida, went to the Maryland Institute College of Art and now lives in Glendale, California, with his wife, Christine Castro Hughes. He is an art teacher and freelance illustrator. For more of his work, visit www.ramahughes.com.
Seamus grew up in New England and now lives in Portland, Oregon. He recently graduated with a BFA in painting from the Pacific Northwest College of Art and did a semester abroad with the Aegean Center for the Fine Arts in Greece. He is a freelance illustrator/painter/comics artist. His work has been published in various anthologies such as The Portland Nobodies Comics Anthology, Postcards: True Stories that Never Happened and The Portland Funbook and can be seen at www.seaheff.com.
Peter has lived in and around New York his whole life. He studied at the private studio of Andrew Reiss, at The Art Students League with Harvey Dinnerstein, at L'Ecole Albert Dufois with Ted Seth Jacobs, and earned an MFA in illustration at Syracuse University. He is an illustrator and book designer and teaches painting. His work can be seen at www.drawger.com/cusack and www.illoz.com/cusack
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