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  • n. Plural form of animator.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The twin animators Stephen and Timothy Quay made their name based on a stunning set of short films such as The Cabinet of Jan Svankmajer and Street of Crocodiles.

    Celebrated Animators The Quay Brothers Return with a New Feature | /Film

  • I'm sure all the animators will be able to find work elsewhere, the team is good.

    Disney to Close Robert Zemeckis’ Mo-Cap Studio ImageMovers Digital in 2011 | /Film

  • It appears that Miles Laboratories, their advertising team and the Hanna-Barbera animators were aware that a major change in personalities was needed to successfully pitch Flintstones Vitamins.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • In cartoon shorts, he explained, the animators are the real actors.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • If Westchester has been an aesthetic haven for animators, that is due in part to its proximity to Manhattan, where Beckerman says animation was born in the restless vaudeville houses of Broadway at the dawn of the 20th century.

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  • Complimenting the work of the actors and the animators is the soundtrack.

    ComingSoon.net - 30 most recent stories

  • Designers and board artists and other who create "original images" are exempt under regulations; "animators" are non-exempt.

    My Two Cents at Cal Arts

  • Id argue that a cg/stop motion animator are likely to be better "animators" than traditional animators, and traditional animators are more likely to be better draftsmen.

    Correcting Myths

  • The studios can get by with the dazzle of realistic rendering and it masks the shortcomings of the majority of the CGI "animators".

    Wages Then, Wages Now

  • It means that employees who aren't required to be paid overtime by Federal regulations (interestingly, the regs say that "animators" need to be paid o.t.) canNOT be put "On-call", but that employees who aren't required to be paid overtime (usually supervisors and/or employees using "independent, creative judgement" ... whatever the hell that means) CAN.

    "On-Call" Employment

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