1995 Issues

1995 Issues

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      Volume #9

      $22.00

      • Issue 37 - August 1995
      • Issue 38 - October/November 1995
      • Issue 39 - December 1995

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      Volume #8

      $45.00

      • Issue 31 - Oct/Nov 1994
      • Issue 32 - January 1995
      • Issue 33 - February 1995
      • Issue 34 - May 1995
      • Issue 35 - July 1995
      • Issue 36 - August 1995

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      Issue #39 December 1995

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      "Toy Story": On the Digital Frontier: Combining the winning talents of Pixar and Disney resulted in the first all-CGI, feature-length animated film about two toys that overcome adversity and become friends. June Foray: The First Woman of Voice: June Foray, one of the world's most recognized voice talents, was honored by ASIFA/Hollywood in November. Chuck Jones: Mortality and Immortality in Toontown: Chuck Jones just keeps animating and breathing new life into American classic characters such as the Roadrunner and Michigan J. Frog with new shorts

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      Issue #38 October/November 1995

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      The Simpsons Go 3-D: To create the best Halloween special ever, Fox, the network behind The Simpsons, turned to PDI to turn Bart and Homer into 3-D characters. Rounding Up the Fall TV Season: It's that time of year when a bevy of new series greet young and old alike on Saturday morning as well as weekday afternoons. Reaching for Global Gold: International animation production executives are packing their bags and heading to MIPCOM to show off their latest animated product

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      Issue #37 August 1995

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      Painting by Pixel: Switching from traditional ink and paint to digital is not an easy process. This report offers information and questions to ask when starting out. Playing With Toys: Take a sneak peek into Pixar's process of creating Toy Story, the first all computer animated feature film, set for release this fall. Animation's Eclectic Giant: (Colossal) Pictures continues to grow, still exploring new techniques and embracing the spirit of experimentation that marked its humble beginnings

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      Issue #36 August 1995

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      Holy Cartoons, Batman: Producers of animation continue to mine the funny pages and comic books to find the next animated series sensation. The 1995 AniComm Awards: From talking cars to driving through the landscape of an oil painting, commercial animators are using clay animation, CGI and, yes, traditional cel animation to bring their messages to America. We pick the best of the last year with some honorable mentions. Rabbits and Rodents and Freaks, Oh My! Warner Bros. Animation continues in its tradition of bringing great characters to animation that began with Brooklyn-brogued bunny named Bugs. A Farewell to Friz: The animitable Friz Freleng dies recently at age 89. Over the years he created Yosemite Sam along with other memorable animated characters.

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      Issue #35 July 1995

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      Annecy: Annecy turns 35 this year and the festival should prove to be one of the most stimulating in recent memory with new divisions of competition and many innovative activities. The Great Cartoon Experiment: Remember when cartoons were funny? A joint venture between Hanna-Barbera and the Cartoon Network called What a Cartoon! is bringing the fun back to this medium. Pocahontas: After the success of The Lion King, the folks at Disney are pushing the envelope once again with Pocahontas, a film that brings new dimension to the animated artform. Mary Blair: An Indelible Imprint - Known for her styling and sense of color, Mary Blair put her personal imprint on most of the Disney feature films from 1943 to 1953.

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      Issue #34 May 1995

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      Staking Their Claim: Nelvana has overcome early setbacks to become one of the leading animation houses in the world - especially in their ability to translate the illustrations of literary classics to animation. Around The World In Animation: WAnt to know what's happening in France, Spain or Hungary? This worldwide report will let you in on the international buzz. Silicon Graphics: The Big Picture - Considered by many to have unmatched graphics processing powers, SGI is one of the standard platforms for the animation industry. Don't Take Him For Granted: Joe Grant began working at Disney Studios 60 years ago and now he's back at Feature Animation working full-time.

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      Issue #33 February 1995

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      The Carmen Sandeigo Phenomenon: The history and creation of the lovely lady in red explained. Toward a Digital Future: Turner Feature Animation chooses USAnimation system for Cat's Don't Dance. AniMag Predicts Trends for '95: Our predictions for the year. What types of shows you can expect to see this fall and beyond. The New Wave in Post: The Post/LA expo aims to get the industry up to speed on new technology

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      Issue #32 January 1995

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      The Pagemaster: CGI and traditional cel animation join in a marriage of color that entices kids to go to the library and read. AAAHH!!! Real Monsters: A band of Monsters from Klasky Csupo have arrived on Nickelodeon to both scare and delight children and their parents. Animation on the Macintosh: It's almost time for MACWORLD! So hone up on the latest Mac info before heading out to the show. The Art of Disney and Sotheby's: Collectors of animation art thank art auctions for making their hobby profitable and... legal