Category Archives: Chris Sanders

Auteur or committee

As a designer, illustrator, writer and animator I have hit this issue head-on many times. The dreaded committee decision. The New York Times has a good article in their technology section by Randall Stross that looks at the issue by … Continue reading

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Animation Wednesday

Some films get better with age, some get worse and some keep impressing you. Watching a film years after you first saw it can be a surreal experience. You remember a great movie, what you watch is dreck. This is … Continue reading

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UCLA Animation Workshop

A few years back I was a graduate student at UCLA in the MFA Animation program. I did an interview with Chris Sanders (Dir. Lilo and Stitch) for the UCLA Animation Workshop student magazine called Animatrix. A great collection of … Continue reading

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Animation Monday

It’s animation time here on my illustration blog. Is that weird? Animation and illustration together? Like peanut butter and bananas? Well, no intro really needed for Chris Sanders. The co-director of Lilo and Stitch , who is now hard at … Continue reading

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