In his vast career, Leo Sullivan has worked as a producer, director, animator, layout artist, storyboard artist, and writer at various studios, such as, Warner Brothers, Filmation, New World, Hanna Barbera, Walt Disney Studios, Richard Williams, and more. He helped to develop and animate the “Hey, Hey, Hey It’s Fat Albert” special for NBC TV as well as the original train for “Soul Train”. Using his many talents in the animation industry, Leo instructed classes in classical 2D animation and digital animation at the Art Institute of California-Orange County.
Misla, in partnership with Leo Sullivan Multimedia Foundation bring you a 3 week animation bootcamp. The bootcamp introduces science, technology, engineering, art, math through the new media technology with emphasis on animation and game development. The workshops focus on exposing students to the world of animation and game production, in order to help them express themselves in a creative and constructive manner. The Animation Workshop is facilitated with close supervision by Leo Sullivan and stresses the relevance of the field of animation and visual arts media to the students’ daily studies, such as reading and writing (through storyboard creation), math (movement counting), and social interaction and accountability (group projects).
We are accepting students 18 & over. Minors under 18 must be accompanied by a supervising adult. Must be 10 or older to apply. Full and partial scholarships are available in exchange for volunteer work and apprenticeship.
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I wanted to learn animation to be able to use it to make video games.
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Warner Brothers, Filmation, New World, Hanna Barbera, Walt Disney Studios, Richard Williams, and more.