For someone, summer vacations are entertainment and idle pastime, for others, the warm months of the year are not a reason to take a break from learning new things! This was demonstrated by 15 teenagers from AISE and their teacher Daniela Munca-Aftenev, who came on a visit to Simpals Computer Graphics and Animation Studio yesterday, August 21.
The young people had an opportunity to watch the cartoons produced by our studio, and were really excited to see with their own eyes how an animated character was born.
CG Supervisor Sergey Kirillov and Simpals Studio manager Anna Volosinovici willingly told the children about the process of creating a cartoon, spanned them the story of the characters and hinted that specialists in the field of computer graphics are in great demand in our country.
Besides entertainment and recreation, students have enriched their general knowledge, and some of them expressed a desire to further study in this field.
We can only encourage and support the young people. Who knows, maybe one day they will be part of our team!
No matter if you like or not to deliver speeches, when you have a passion for something, you can talk about it for hours. That’s exactly the case of Simpals Studio Supervisor, Sergey Kirillov, who spoke in front of an audience on August 23, at the Republican Center for Children and Youth “Artico”. 180 children
There are a few things, interest in which will never come to an end: the origin of the universe, the Bermuda Triangle and Simpals animated cartoons. Last weekend, on May 11, a whole class of children came to visit us. Our guests were 2nd grade students from Pushkin Lyceum, accompanied by their supervising teacher.
On 4 November 2018, Kyiv hosted thematic conference “Mooove! Animation Magic Conference” – the thematic conference where leading animation industry specialists from Ukraine, Ireland, France and Moldova shared their experiences with those who are interested in the cartoon making process from the inside.
The conference participants reviewed the key stages of creating an animated film, learned