Studio Profile : Character Animation inside ILM

Studio Profile : Character Animation inside ILM

| January 16, 2012

Maia Kayser is a Lead Character Animator at ILM. In this, our first video studio profile, we travel to the Presidio in San Francisco to Industrial Light & Magic to see what it is like to be a woman doing digital character animation in films such as Rango.
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12 Responses to “Studio Profile : Character Animation inside ILM”

  1. Anonymous

    Thanks for putting this material out , I have enjoyed the first show . Great work!!

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  2. Anonymous

    Awesome, i´m a huge admiror of ILM´s work and love the show. Looking forward to see new profiles!!

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  3. Anonymous

    Thanx a ton FXphd!!!..waz very useful!!!

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  4. Anonymous

    Thanks for MORE awesome free material. Love ILM and very excited about seeing more fully animated content from them.

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  5. Anonymous

    Great stuff! You guys rock!

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  6. Anonymous

    Thanks for this kind of inspirational videos.

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  7. Anonymous

    Fantastic interview guys, thanks so much for going not the extra mile but the extra 10,000 miles.

    Can’t wait to see whats coming next !

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  8. Anonymous

    Good interview. I was hoping that we would hear something about what it’s like being a woman working at ILM, but there wasn’t much on that. But it was an interesting piece anyway.
    Thanks.

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  9. Anonymous

    Very interesting and enjoyable to watch – I wish it was longer, but what a great treat to see at fxphd. I look forward to seeing more of these sneak peeks behind the scenes of the industry. Keep up the great work, fellas!

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  10. Anonymous

    Excellent interview… Nice to know the guys at ILM are human too! 😉 Maybe twist her arm into teaching a 300 level character animation course? Anyway, I’m looking forward to more of these artist interviews.

    Paul

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  11. Anonymous

    I was delighted to see Maia featured for this interview. As a former classmate, I have witnessed her hard work, dedication, and wonderful personality first hand. I am not surprise that she is such a great asset for ILM. I am awestruck that she was involved in some of the biggest projects to date for ILM and I thought her interview was insightful. Thank you, FXphd and Maia Kayser. May you have continued success in the future.

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  12. Anonymous

    Wow! Very impressive and inspiring. I wish Maia continued success and recognition for her talent and wonderful work ethic. This young woman was a brilliant choice for your first interview FXphd. Thank you, thank you.

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