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 learned about Sergey’s great passion – animated cartoon making.
For about half an hour, the children were “teleported” to the fascinating world of animation: they found out how difficult and fun can be the process of creating an animated character, what details are the most important, which moments need special accuracy when creating an animated film, and how to make sure that the audience doesn’t get bored watching the result.
One could read curiosity and amazement on the children’s faces. Having already some basic knowledge in this area, starting from today, they will watch cartoons another way.
Students from the Business Academy for kids and teenagers „Prospera” came to visit the Point Press-Center and Simpals Studio. During the April 12th trip, they learned how and why live broadcasts are organized, and they were even invited to a live stream in the Point Press-Center. Dmitrii Iordachi, the Press-Center Manager, explained all the stages
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 the company’s B-day, Simpals Studio released the world’s first 1D cartoon — “1DryCat”.
The idea of making a one-dimensional cartoon belongs to Dmitri Voloshin, the director and founder of the animation studio: “You won’t surprise anyone with 3D films, as you won’t with 5D or 10D films. Have you ever seen a 1D cartoon? Simpals