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Ed Hooks

Acting Instructor and Author

Speaking at Animex AVFX

Ed Hooks

Ed is a pioneer in the teaching of acting theory to animators. He is the author of Acting for Animators and Acting in Animation: A Look at 12 Films and has lectured at studios and animation schools the world over. He has taught for Disney on three continents, PDI/DreamWorks, Electronic Arts, Microsoft, Sony, Blue Sky, Black Rock, Ubisoft, Midway Games, Epic Games, Valve Software and many others. Ed has taught in Australia, Brazil, Singapore and many places in between.
You can find out more about Ed's work and register for his newsletter at http://www.edhooks.com


Talk: Right-brain Animator? Left-brain Animator? Really? Discuss.

The traditional animator is to the CG animator as the tabby-cat is to the mountain lion. Both are members of the same Felidae cat family but, beyond that, they are two different kinds of animals. It is a right-brain versus left-brain distinction. The drawing hand of a traditional animator is more directly connected to the heart, empathy and emotional expression; a computer keyboard is as left-brain as a device can be, and most CG animators are selected for their ability to manipulate pixels with that keyboard. Even if you do not fully accept the right-brain vs. left-brain model, you probably

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  • Monday 09 February: 10:00am
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