Never before in the entire history of cinema has animation been more crucial to film and television production. Not to mention technologically possible and affordable for artists around the world. From his early days programming draw functions in computers to currently teaching students rotoscoping and animation, Karl Jahnke has been exploring stories and the surreal much of his life. In this conversation, he shares the significant influences in his early career, his approach to storytelling, why he created the Mobile Animation Film Festival, and his prediction for the future of animation.
About Karl Jahnke
Karl Jahnke is an animator, professor at University of South Alabama, and founder of the Mobile Animation Film Festival.
- Karl Jahnke
- Karl on Instagram
- Mobile Animation Film Festival
- Mobile Animation Film Festival on Instagram
- Intaglio (printmaking)
- Stieg Hedlund
- Der Ring des Nibelungen
- The Heroic Journey – a Jungian Perspective
- Terry Gilliam Reveals the Secrets of Monty Python Animations: A 1974 How-To Guide
- BEEPLE (mike winkelmann)
- a-ha – Take On Me
- The Last Dragon (1985)
- The Last Dragon (1985) – Leroy and Shogun Ending Battle
- JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (2012– )
- Attack on Titan (2013– )
- Bane (born into it, molded by it) meme
- Photo by Alex Perez on Unsplash
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