Monday, May 21, 2007

Six Point Harness

As a special mention, I'd like to thank Six Point Harness animation studios. They held a class this weekend teaching Flash animation to anyone that was lucky enough to be selected. Eric Pringle, veteran animator of "Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends" was on hand to instruct the class. Also lecturing on current Flash animation were Brendan Burch of Six Point/Tire Fire Films (which you can check out here, Aaron Simpson of Cold Hard Flash Fame, and Chris Prynoski of Titmouse animation. There was free food and drink, T-shirt give aways, special guests and a hands on demo. My head nearly exploded from the amount of info given, but it was a great intro to Flash, and I hope to be working alongside these guys someday.

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