Welcome to my Animation Blog!

Welcome to my first Animation Blog post. Let me start here, I started Animating in 2017. I’ve been a fan of the medium since I was in my early single digits. I know I can say this with confidence, I love this medium. When I started to brainstorm on what to do for my Website, a Blog was one of the first things that came to mind. Not only is it entertaining, but it is a good companion to my Career as an Animator.

So, here I am. Starting my own Animation Blog. I have a ton of stories to share, some advice on what I learned as an Animator and so much more. Before all that though, let me start listing what you can expect on here. You will get Blogs on my process and work flow on all of my Animations. That includes Color Me Geeky, The 80s Detective, The Wobbly Sword and more that I cannot name at this time 😉.

You can also expect opinion pieces like Reviews from Animated Movies, TV Shows, Anime and animations from the web. I will mostly talk about how they animated certain scenes, the Animators mentality and how the story shaped their decisions when animating specific characters, places and more. When it comes to copyright, for these pieces, I will minimize the amount of images I use from these other media or not use one at all. I still want to share my opinions on these other stories, so I will tread lightly when comes to reviewing their animations.

Certain Animated Films and shows I would love to talk about is Gundam Wing Endless Waltz, Miyazaki Films, Dragon Ball Z Movie 12, Madhouse Metropolis Film, all of Evangelion, The Fate Series, Tenchi Series, Pixar, Disney Renaissance and so much more I can’t list yet. I have so much to say about each and every one of these animated works of art. It won’t be just classics either. New reviews from recent animated content such as Genndy Tartakovsky’s Primal, Pokémon 2019 (aka Pokémon Journeys), The Owl House, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir, Digimon 2020, Megalo Box, Marvel’s What If and so much more. Last but certainly not least, I would definitely want to talk about the coproduced Anime by Crunchyroll and Adult Swim, Fena: Pirate Princess. I have so much to say about all these series and films. I can’t wait for all of you to read what I have to say and we can talk about it together in the comments below.

I have to also mention that I would definitely want to talk about Animators as well. There’s to many to list, but Animators include Hayao Miyazaki, Norio Matsumoto, Genndy Tartakovsky, Rebecca Sugar, Dana Terrace and so much more. I want to also highlight Web Animators as well. I am a fan of Animators from all around the web so I would like to talk about some of the Animations they’ve done throughout the years and their current projects. I don’t know when I can get through all of this but if you like any of these Films or series, you may want check to my blog every now and then. There is so much more I can’t list here but I am sure you all will find something to like here.

I hope this Blog can bring Animators together. Not just a place to share my experience, but a place to share not just my love but many people’s love of Animation. It was an idea I thought of for this site and it’s finally coming to fruition. Thank you all for visiting, reading and supporting me. Especially to my Family who helped me with this website. Stay Animated Everyone.

By andianimations27

Independent 2D Animator from Brooklyn N.Y. Creator of the series, "Color Me Geeky", "The 80s Detective" and "The Wobbly Sword".

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