Ask Between the Keyframes VII
Ask Between the Keyframes answers your most troubling Motion Design questions. If you could start your career again today, in a new design-oriented field, where… Read more
Ask Between the Keyframes VI
Ask Between the Keyframes answers your most troubling Motion Design questions. What are the most sought-after skills by producers?
Ask Between the Keyframes V
Ask Between the Keyframes answers your most troubling Motion Design questions. What area of motion graphics has the biggest budgets and most creative freedom/ rewarding… Read more
Ask Between the Keyframes IV
Ask Between the Keyframes answers your most troubling Motion Design questions. Our question this week is what would you suggest are 3 key points to… Read more
Ask Between the Keyframes III
Ask Between the Keyframes answers your most troubling Motion Design questions. This week we investigate what studios are looking for in juniors.
Ask Between the Keyframes II
Ask Between the Keyframes answers your most troubling Motion Design questions. This week we hear some techie tips & tricks for After Effects & Cinema… Read more
7 Top Tips for Animating Sketch Comedy
Chris Cray maps out some of the most useful approaches he’s discovered while animating his scripts, from setting the scene to repurposing characters.
Navigating the Release of an Independent Animated Short
An informative highlighting some of the variables to keep in mind when releasing a short film into the world.
The 12 Principles of Freelance
Steven Savalle uses an industry blueprint to help freelancers thrive at work and become the best version of themselves.
A Beginners Guide to Virtual Production with Pixotope
Virtual production is here to stay, But, what does it mean? And how do we get the most out of it? Multi-award-winning VFX Supervisor and… Read more
Top 6 Tips for Animating Optical Illusions
Optical illusions are like magic tricks waiting on the page. London-based animator and director Chris Cray talks us through the best ways to get them… Read more
Don’t Box Yourself In: Four Reasons why Creative Exploration is Good for Your Career
Director and Creative Director at Scholar studio, Michael Tavarez, tells us why having a ‘specialty’ isn’t the only way to survive and thrive in Motion… Read more
Diversity in Character Design: 7 Steps to Designing a Convincing Persona
Character design is not just about drawing pretty pictures; it’s about creating life in all its shades and breathing it into their world. To design… Read more
School Profile: CalArts
Conceived by Walt Disney in 1960 and established through a merger of two older art schools, CalArts is one of the nation's premiere institutions for… Read more
School Profile: Ringling College of Art & Design
Our second school profile looks at Ringling College of Art & Design's Motion Design program
School Profile: Savannah College of Art & Design
Editor’s note: This is the first in a series of school profiles we’ll be sharing on Motionographer. The following profile was compiled in August, 2015. Since… Read more
How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Start Loving the Graph Editor
Editor’s note: As part of our ongoing education series, we present a guest post from Nol Honig, co-founder of The Drawing Room and part-time professor… Read more
Motion design education: MoGraph Mentor
My recent op-ed post, “6 Problems with Motion Design Education,” looked at challenges facing students and educators through the lens of brick-and-mortar design schools. But over the last 20… Read more
School of Motion’s Joey Korenman talks design education and work/life balance
Working out of his HQ in Sarasota, Florida, Joey is blazing his own path, one tutorial at a time