Dear members of General-Animation community. You - as our most faithful friends - have a unique opportunity to be the first to see the very first frames of our new grandiose project. This is an animated series based on African mythology, in which the past and present, myths and reality will be intertwined in the most bizarre way. The working title of the project is Bakarijan Kone. This is the hero of the African epic - brave, good-natured, maybe a little rustic, but still very nice guy. He wakes up on a wonderful spring morning in a small African village on his birthday, and suddenly it turns out that it was on this very day that fate had destined him to go on a long journey, in search of wealth, fame and adventure.
We will be creating the series in this way: I will personally be responsible for the preparation of the script, voice acting, characters and scenery. WOW! YES! - I’ll be producer and director! And the team of general-animation studio will be directly making animation. Thanks to our sponsors, we even managed to raise some budget in order to financially support and encourage our animators. Of course, this is not a big money, but this is a unique opportunity for everyone who wants to try himself as an animator. You can also take part in our project if you know how to make animation or you have a desire to learn. Visit our site General-Animation.com follow the latest news, contact us on Facebook, learn animation with us and we will make cartoons together!
General-Animation studio wishes everyone a Happy New Year! May in the new year you meet even more happiness, joy and creative success!
On Christmas Eve, we published the final version of our Christmas greeting card to congratulate all our friends. This year, a young member of our team Sergey Fenin helped us to create our animated Christmas greeting card. It was he who drew the musicians and the dancing mouse. May the coming New Year brings us even more joy and good achievements. Visit our site general-animation.com, watch our free video tutorials on animation on Udemy, study animation with us and we will make cartoons together! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Animation should serve noble purposes, which is why today we give start to our animation challenge. In this challenge we will study animation and make cartoons to draw public attention to the problem of poverty and inequality on the black continent and to direct the forces of the world community to eradication of illiteracy in Africa.
We will call our competition “General-Animation African Challenge”, and we invite all animators - famous and not so very celebrated - to take part in it. Your task will be simple - you tell us about yourself and your work, introduce your character, and show a small cartoon with his participation. For our part, we promise active promotion of your work, and even try to provide little incentive prizes for the most active participants.
And we already have the first participant of our animation challenge! Our new student from Egypt - Ali Abdullah Haidan sent us these funny monkeys dancing among the alpine meadows. This is his first animated work, so do not judge too harshly. This is just the case when it is not the reward that matters, but participation. Our main task at the current stage is to draw public attention to the problems of the black continent. Make people think about how we can help African youth. Great job, Ali!
Even if you have never made cartoons before you can still take part in our challenge! Especially for you, I created a section in our free video tutorials on animation on Udemy, where I tell in detail how you can, using the simplest tools, create your first cartoon character and make him move, so he goes on a journey through the Alps. Links to our amimated video lessons on Udemy:
Visit our site General-Animation.com to follow the news, learn animation with us, and we will make cartoons together!
And in the first issue of our challenge, we will introduce you to a wonderful charity organization Learning Lions, and begin the story of the new adventures of Winnie the Pooh…
This information is intended primarily for those who visit our site for the first time. Our regular visitors can immediately go to the section "Blog" and "Our projects" in the main menu of the site.
We are glad to welcome you on the portal of our studio General-Animation, where together with our partners from many countries of the world we create cartoons dedicated to solving the most painful problems of our time. You can ask: how children's cartoons can help solve the problems of humanity? It seems to us that the main barrier to the development of human civilization is an extreme imbalance in the level of development of the most advanced countries and the rest of the world. The development gap generates many conflicts, the solution of which absorbs huge resources, and hinders the accelerated movement of humanity along the path of progress. Our efforts are aimed at eliminating this imbalance as soon as possible. And we have instruments, which allow even the inhabitants of the poorest countries right now to join the achievements of modern computer technologies, to participate in the process of human development and at the same time to improve their personal well-being and the general welfare of the countries in which they live.
To achieve this goal, we have created a series of animated video lessons, in which funny cartoon characters in an easy and accessible form tell about how to make cartoons. Our video lessons and our cartoons have gained quite a lot of popularity, and now we use them for training our students, who later become our animators and make cartoons with us. So welcome to our global animation network. You can write scripts for cartoons, create characters and voice them, draw backgrounds, and of course make animation. How to do this is told in our wonderful video lessons link to which you will find in the main menu. Read the news of the site and our projects in the sections "Blog" and "Our projects" of the main menu, learn the animation with us, and we will make cartoons together!
The most active and creative students in the learning process we pay incentive scholarships.
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