Digital Animator Alex Mallinson takes us on a trip down the time tunnel celebrating 50 years of Doctor Who's iconic opening titles. Howlaround! Slit-scan! And where it all went wrong!
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Advocacy through Animation
"When you educate a man, you educate an individual, but when you educate a woman, you educate a generation."
In Advocacy through Animation from PechaKucha Night Atlanta Vol. 29, Neia Omer tells her story. Animation is a inclusive medium when one is trying to reach a large subset of individuals. What do you do and where do you start if you know absolutely ZERO things about animation? What is your subject matter? Neia Omer's story is a personal journey, a personal goal, a family legacy, and one of animation being the key to her brand of advocacy.
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