Hey! It’s Heather from the story department. I just got back from Burbank, CA, where 15 other members of the Blue Sky team and I went for the 10th annual CTN Expo. We had a killer looking booth and hundreds of artists come to us for portfolio reviews in animation, design, story and production management. It seems like it was only yesterday when I ...
Blue Sky is headed to CTN! We hope to see you at the many exciting events we have lined up, including a sneak peek into our next film Spies in Disguise. Please also stop by our booth for a portfolio review. See you in Burbank!
Friday November 16th
Feature Animation Recruiter Panel
Saturday November 17th
The Many Winding ...
The Animation Project (TAP) nurtures the social, emotional and cognitive growth of at-risk youth, using digital art technology as a therapeutic medium and a workforce development tool - which is why we were ecstatic to host TAP interns at Blue Sky!
During their visit, they got a rundown of our CGI process and pipeline, a tour of the studio, and the opportunity to discuss career ...
Blue Sky had some VIPs in the studio this week. And by VIPs we mean: VERY IMPORTANT PIGS!
While crew members gathered outside to visit the local food trucks that often come to the studio during the summer, they were greeted by dozens of therapy pigs waiting to be played with and loved!
Check out some of the photos here!
On August 11th, a day after Blue Sky announced its premier membership to the ASWF, and a day before this year's SIGGRAPH Conference, the studio released its first ever Technology Blog to further commit itself to open source in-house technology. The first post, "A Convergence of Unselfish Concerns," written by Chief Technology Officer Hank Driskill, drives home Blue Sky's new philosophy and ...
As a founding member, Blue Sky is proud to announce alongside The Academy and The Linux Foundation its commitment to the Academy Software Foundation, accelerating the use of open source in motion pictures and the broader film and media industry.
“If we raise the bar of the whole industry then ...