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Michael Jantze inks The Norm Sunday no. 5, just for you! Thanks so much, y'all!
5 of 5: After Effects for motion, the HD readeo is ready for YouTube.
4 of 5: Photoshop for print.
3 of 5: Ready to scan.
2 of 5: Characters are inked, time for blacks and backgrounds.
1 of 5: Pencils and on the way to inking.
A quick sketch done in front of 16 extremely talented students, as a warm up for a marker toning demo.
This is my fun day job.
Teaching a master class on comics and animation at the Charles M. Schulz Museum. SCAD professors share their ideas on campus and off.
This is an unfinished strip -- literally interrupted by this frivolous lawsuit. This is what I'd like to get back to as soon as possible.
An in-class demo on framing shots for storyboards.
I offered help sessions several times a quarter, and when no one shows up, I grade and re-watch the World Series...
I teach script writing and love to teach towards professional practices...here's some tips on editing a script.
I teach 2D animation and LOVE the whiteboard. Here's an example of a pipeline (path) to creating a digitally-assisted traditional animated film.
Another theme from "The Norm" comic strip. See more at gocomics.com/thenorm/
The Norm ran in newspapers for nine years and as a webcomic for two before Michael retired the strip to open an animation studio. See more at gocomics.com/thenorm/
Gate Industries Complaint
Jantze answer and counterclaim