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WINNER
Anthony Travieso

Congratulations to Anthony Travieso, four-time winner of the 11 Second Club June Competition! Anthony’s entry won the overall contest with its powerful, action-packed animation. Well done!
FEATURED MENTOR
Nicole Herr

Nicole has a BFA in computer animation, studied character animation at the Ringling College of Art and Design … and has since worked 16 years across a host of studios, such as Sony Pictures Imageworks, Cinesite, and Digital Domain. A partial list of her film credits includes,Watchmen, Green Lantern, Sucker Punch, Hop, and Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole. She just wrapped up working on the feature film, Guardians of the Galaxy, coming out this summer. Today, you can find Nicole as a senior freelance character animator … not to mention a mentor at Animation Mentor.

 

WINNER
Stewart Competition

Anton

Congratulation to the winner of our super-special “Stewart rig” competition this month, Anton, with his awesome Stewart entry! Well done!
FEATURED MENTOR
Keith Sintay

Keith Sintay has been a professional animator for almost 20 years. He began traditional animation in 2D, drawing for Disney Feature Animation on feature films including Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mulan, and Tarzan. Keith Sintay transitioned to Sony Imageworks, with film credits including Open Season and Surf’s Up. Keith most recently worked on movies such as Iron Man 3, Man of Steel,300: Rise of an Empire, Transformers: Age of Extinction, and finished up Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles coming out this August. Keith Sintay is currently working at Industrial Light & Magic and is also a current mentor at Animation Mentor.

 


What is the eCritique® Tool?

The eCritique Tool is an innovative key element in the Animation Mentor program. Each week, a professional mentor will provide their students with a newly recorded video critique on their weekly animation assignment.
This provides valuable insight, feedback and suggestions on ways to improve students’ weekly assignments and animation skills. In addition to viewing their own critiques, students may also view the critiques of their peers, learning from their mistakes and successes as well.