Journey of a Disney Animator

It’s known to all that Disney provides some of the most awe-inducing animated films that bring inspiration and motivation to the world. The films story, message, and characters are known and loved, but has anyone met the geniuses that worked behind the scenes of these animated films?

Earlier this year, 3dsense Media School, one of the top art schools in Asia, held a virtual live event where they invited Disney animator, Benson Shum, to talk about his artistic journey and process, as well as participate in a Q&A with attendees. Benson has been in the creative media and entertainment industry for about 20 years, and he has been writing and illustrating books for about 4 years.

This virtual live event “Behind The Pixels – Live”  is an expansion of one of 3dsense’s initiatives, “Behind the Pixels,” where the aim is to continuously inspire aspiring artists, broaden and enrich their knowledge, and to keep them abreast of the latest developments and trends. To achieve this, esteemed artists from all around the world are invited to talk about their artistic journeys, share valuable knowledge and insights about their fields of expertise, and provide tips and wisdom. All “Behind the Pixels” talks are recorded and available publicly on 3dsense’s YouTube Channel.

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About 3dsense Media School

3dsense Media School is dedicated to training students for the creative media and entertainment industry since 2003. Based in Singapore, 3dsense’s curriculum is focused on the CG industry and offers four core 1-year diplomas: Concept Design & Illustration, Game Art, Visual Effects & Animation, and Motion & Graphics Design. Consecutively recognized as one of the world’s Top 10 art institutions by The Rookies since 2015, 3dsense strives to continue aligning themselves with and connecting the students to the industry. Find out more about 3dsense and the curriculum they offer.

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