1999 Issues

1999 Issues

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      Volume #13

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      • Issue 74 - January 1999
      • Issue 75 - February 1999
      • Issue 76 - March 1999
      • Issue 77 - April 1999
      • Issue 78 - May 1999
      • Issue 79 - June 1999
      • Issue 80 - July 1999
      • Issue 81 - August 1999
      • Issue 82 - September 1999
      • Issue 83 - October 1999
      • Issue 84 - November 1999
      • Issue 85 - December 1999

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      Issue #85 December 1999

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      Stuart Little: The digital mouse from Sony Pictures ImageWorks is ready for his close-up. Global View: Pacific Rim. Corporate Profiles: TMS-Kyokuichi Corp., Rough Draft, Energee Entertainment. Expansion of Germany;s EM.TV. Peter Plantec's Golden Pixie Awards. Faeries Animates Fantasy World. School Profile: Technology Development Center

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      Issue #84 November 1999

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      Toy Story 2: Woody's Dilemma, An Animation Studio's Triumph - The challenges were many - telling a compelling story, improving environments and animation, re-creating beloved characters - and Pixar met them all. Pokemon Graduates to the Big Screen. Special Focus: Independent Animation. Indie Trip-Ups and Pitfalls. School Profile: Disney Institute

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      Issue #83 October 1999

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      Primetime Products: Promoting Adult-Skewing Animation. Issues Facing MIPCOM Producers. International TV Season Preview. Maggie and the Ferocious Beast. John Kricfalusi Blasts Remakes with Ranger Smith: The most creative and outspoken animator of the past 20 years sets out to make cartoon history again with a cartoon remake. SIGGRAPH '99 Top 20 Products. Brand Identification: IDs & Titles to Identify Channels. Beginner's Guide to MIPCOM

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      Issue #82 September 1999

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      The Animated Fall TV Preview: Television animation would seem to be in a strange predicament. The continued growth in outlets has once created an increased demand for new shows; but at the same time, the resulting fractionalization of the audience continues to put a downward pressure on licensing fees. Corporate Profile: HIT Entertainment PLC. Global View: Midwest Commercial Market. Product of the Month: Mirai. 1999 AniComm Awards. Demo Reel Tips.

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      Issue #81 August 1999

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      Warner Bros. Feature Animation Makes Gigantic Strides: With the release of The Iron Giant, Warner Bros. makes it to the big leagues as the animators become one with the computer. South Park Gets the Feature Treatment. High-Tech Themed Rides Get Animated. Global View: Germany. The Motion Capture vs. Animation Debate. Inspector Gadget's Post Adventure

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      Issue #80 July 1999

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      Tarzan: Reinventing a Classic. MTV Animation Goes Downtown: MTV Animation has done much to establish the viability of television animation for adults. MTV's Downtown Set to Debut. Animation Production Management Roster: North America. School Profile: School of Communication Arts. SIGGRAPH Preview. 'Dilbert': Tale of Two Post Solutions

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      Issue #79 June 1999

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      ILM: The Force Is With Them: At the company that George Lucas built out of necessity, it's the projects - and not the perks - that draw top talent. Fox Kids and NASCAR. Co-productions 102: Small Indie Companies Are Attempting to Jump on the Co-production Bandwagon. School Profile: VanArts

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      Issue #78 May 1999

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      Disney Knows: With Disney's Mickey MouseWorks' Disney's classic characters are working again in shorts created for the new series. Behind the Magic: Digital Effects Dazzle on the Small Screen. Shooting Stars: The New Voices in Animation. Interview with Presto Studios. Post: The Making of the T2 3D Attraction

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      Issue #77 April 1999

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      Varga's 10-Year Anniversary. Nelvana Goes 3D. The Animation Explosion: With new spring series busting out all over, animated programming can be found nearly everywhere on the TV dial, 24 hours a day. School of Visual Arts Profile. HDTV and Animation: Looking at the Issues

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      Issue #76 March 1999

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      Playing the Game: As games become more sophisticated and varied so do the tasks of animators creating them. Batman Goes Beyond: It's the same Bat channel (Kids' WB!) but a new animated Guardian of Gotham has arrived to save the future in Batman Beyond. Animation and Post: The lines between animation production and post are becoming increasingly blurred. Animation News & Reviews.

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      Issue #75 February 1999

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      13th Anniversary Issue: As we celebrate the 13th year of Animation Magazine. We look back at the industry as well as feature the 1998 animation timeline (running throughout the magazine this year) and The Annual Year in Review. 13 Hot Issues and Trends for 1999. Us Buyers/Broadcasters to Watch. Top Commercial Studios.