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The DIY Animation Show

Lauren Morse and Jessica Doll for The Oatley Acade

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Lauren Morse and Jessica Doll for The Oatley Acade

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The do-it-yourself guide for independent animators. Learn tips and tricks to make your own animated web series, shorts, features and gifs!Hosted by Jessica Doll and Lauren Morse.

Latest Episodes

Season Break - DIYA Goes to Denver Pop Culture Con 2019! :: SB#5

We will be tabling at Denver Pop Culture Con 2019! Woohoooo!!! What is Denver Pop Culture Con, you may ask? Held in Denver, Colorado, and formerly titled Denver Comic Con, DPCC is a 3-day family friendly pop culture convention that features some of the best in pop culture entertainment. This year, it runs from Friday May 31st - Sunday June 2nd at the Colorado Convention center. We’ll be at booth CC11 promoting the show, selling special DIYA stickers, and geeking out with people about animation (of course!). Jess will also be selling some prints and commissions for those interested! To hear more details - including a special secret code for convention freebies that you won’t want to miss - check out the audio recording! Let us know if you’ll be there! And if you can’t, never fear! You can check out our social channels during the convention for photo bombs and general convention shenanigans (@DIYAShow on Instagram and Twitter). And a post-convention blog will go up in June featuring photos from the trip, stories, and who knows what else!

17 MINMAY 15
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Season Break - DIYA Goes to Denver Pop Culture Con 2019! :: SB#5

Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 2) :: DIYA #19

Today we bring you Part 2 of our uplifting interview with Creator & Director Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes, all about their high-quality 3D short, “Mila”, raising awareness about children impacted by war. In case you missed it, in part 1, we talked about... - Mila’s real-life origins, drawn from the childhood experience of Cinzia’s mother during WWII - The realities of running a professional studio on donations, an Indiegogo campaign, and a GIANT team of international volunteers - All whilst also cultivating a fulfilling working environment for those volunteers Cinzia and Andrea have such great drive and courage, enabling them to make a real impact for such a poignant issue. With these two at the helm, Mila looks like she’ll have a very bright future ahead of her. So Today, in Part 2, Cinzia and Andrea share: - Tips for finding projects like Mila to work on, regardless of your location - Why you should choose a story that’s significant to you for your own animated project - Technical advantages of scripts vs. storyboards, and how to best balance the two during production - Why the hashtags #letschoosehope and #letsmakeadifference are Mila’s calling-card - Tips for telling a serious story with sensitivity and focus - And, of course: The one most vital thing a DIY animator needs! This episode is an indie production from your hosts, Jessica Doll & Lauren Morse. Our theme music is provided by Azureflux.

52 MINAPR 17
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Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 2) :: DIYA #19

Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 1) :: DIYA #18

We’re here with Writer, Director, and Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes to discuss 'Mila', an incredible 3D short film raising awareness about children impacted by war. Cinzia has a personal connection with this short film - Mila is based on her mother’s own childhood experience of bombing raids in her hometown during World War II. With Andrea Emmes on board as Mila's producer, these two have become an unstoppable team that has grown to a world-wide production. A 350-volunteer, 35-country spanning, high-quality CG short film, Mila has thrived since 2011 with no studio backing and just a modest funding campaign to cover the film’s bare essentials. A community of volunteers, a few sponsors, many hours, and a whole lot of love made Mila possible. Today in Part 1, Cinzia and Andrea tell us about: - The story of Mila’s real-life origins - Running a professional studio on volunteers, donations, and an Indiegogo campaign - Managing a GIANT team spread across the whole planet - The best places to spend what money you do have once you've raised it - And how to create a healthy working environment for your volunteers through paying it forward This episode is an indie production from your hosts, Jessica Doll & Lauren Morse. Our theme music is provided by Azureflux.

57 MINMAR 20
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Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 1) :: DIYA #18

Latest Episodes

Season Break - DIYA Goes to Denver Pop Culture Con 2019! :: SB#5

We will be tabling at Denver Pop Culture Con 2019! Woohoooo!!! What is Denver Pop Culture Con, you may ask? Held in Denver, Colorado, and formerly titled Denver Comic Con, DPCC is a 3-day family friendly pop culture convention that features some of the best in pop culture entertainment. This year, it runs from Friday May 31st - Sunday June 2nd at the Colorado Convention center. We’ll be at booth CC11 promoting the show, selling special DIYA stickers, and geeking out with people about animation (of course!). Jess will also be selling some prints and commissions for those interested! To hear more details - including a special secret code for convention freebies that you won’t want to miss - check out the audio recording! Let us know if you’ll be there! And if you can’t, never fear! You can check out our social channels during the convention for photo bombs and general convention shenanigans (@DIYAShow on Instagram and Twitter). And a post-convention blog will go up in June featuring photos from the trip, stories, and who knows what else!

17 MINMAY 15
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Season Break - DIYA Goes to Denver Pop Culture Con 2019! :: SB#5

Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 2) :: DIYA #19

Today we bring you Part 2 of our uplifting interview with Creator & Director Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes, all about their high-quality 3D short, “Mila”, raising awareness about children impacted by war. In case you missed it, in part 1, we talked about... - Mila’s real-life origins, drawn from the childhood experience of Cinzia’s mother during WWII - The realities of running a professional studio on donations, an Indiegogo campaign, and a GIANT team of international volunteers - All whilst also cultivating a fulfilling working environment for those volunteers Cinzia and Andrea have such great drive and courage, enabling them to make a real impact for such a poignant issue. With these two at the helm, Mila looks like she’ll have a very bright future ahead of her. So Today, in Part 2, Cinzia and Andrea share: - Tips for finding projects like Mila to work on, regardless of your location - Why you should choose a story that’s significant to you for your own animated project - Technical advantages of scripts vs. storyboards, and how to best balance the two during production - Why the hashtags #letschoosehope and #letsmakeadifference are Mila’s calling-card - Tips for telling a serious story with sensitivity and focus - And, of course: The one most vital thing a DIY animator needs! This episode is an indie production from your hosts, Jessica Doll & Lauren Morse. Our theme music is provided by Azureflux.

52 MINAPR 17
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Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 2) :: DIYA #19

Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 1) :: DIYA #18

We’re here with Writer, Director, and Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes to discuss 'Mila', an incredible 3D short film raising awareness about children impacted by war. Cinzia has a personal connection with this short film - Mila is based on her mother’s own childhood experience of bombing raids in her hometown during World War II. With Andrea Emmes on board as Mila's producer, these two have become an unstoppable team that has grown to a world-wide production. A 350-volunteer, 35-country spanning, high-quality CG short film, Mila has thrived since 2011 with no studio backing and just a modest funding campaign to cover the film’s bare essentials. A community of volunteers, a few sponsors, many hours, and a whole lot of love made Mila possible. Today in Part 1, Cinzia and Andrea tell us about: - The story of Mila’s real-life origins - Running a professional studio on volunteers, donations, and an Indiegogo campaign - Managing a GIANT team spread across the whole planet - The best places to spend what money you do have once you've raised it - And how to create a healthy working environment for your volunteers through paying it forward This episode is an indie production from your hosts, Jessica Doll & Lauren Morse. Our theme music is provided by Azureflux.

57 MINMAR 20
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Making an Impact - ‘Mila’ Creator Cinzia Angelini and Producer Andrea Emmes (Part 1) :: DIYA #18

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