DreamWorks Animations

guys im so excited and nervous because tomorrow i have my first animation mentor class (videochat) with greg whittaker, who is a senior animator at dreamworks!! yep, i started the character animation program today, so… wish me luck :)

DreamWorks Animator Makes Movie Characters Into Cupcakes

DreamWorks Animator Makes Movie Characters Into Cupcakes

Do want to build a cupcake? Because Fernanda Abarca does! She owns a cake company that makes sweets inspired by the biggest animation movies out there. Big Hero 6, How To Train Your Dragon 2, Frozen – all of them have characters that have been encased in sugar. Fernanda doesn’t shy away from the classics, either, as Little Mermaid cakes are also present. Like we said, no character is safe!


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Prince of Egypt (1998)

"Many nights we’ve prayed with no proof anyone could hear. In our hearts a hopeful song we barely understood. Now we are not afraid, although we know there’s much to fear. We were moving mountains long before we knew we could."


Bee Movie

Chicken Run

Flushed Away

How to Train Your Dragon

Joseph King of Dreams

Kung Fu Panda

Kung Fu Panda 2


Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa

Madagascar 3: Europe’s Most Wanted


Monsters vs Aliens

Over the Hedge

Puss in Boots

Rise of the Guardians

Shark Tale


Shrek 2

Shrek the Third

Shrek Forever After

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas

Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron

The Prince of Egypt

The Road to El Dorado


I cannot tolerate people who think animated movies are for kids. If you cannot appreciate the years of work that goes into writing and animating and editing and everything else because of a PG rating I am sorry for you, friend, because you are missing out. No, actually, I’m not sorry for you, I am absolutely downright disappointed in you. No “more for me,” no “suit yourself,” no. It takes me a good hour to draw a good, shaded, detailed, graphite, full-body, single-framed, still picture of Jack Frost can you even imagine how long it takes to animate Merida’s hair!? A full ninety minutes of that luscious red mane bouncing in all directions how do you even???????????? If you cannot even marvel at how absolutely beautiful animation is I have zero time for you. Have you seen Toothless’s eyes though? Have you seen those pupils contract? Have you seen Rapunzel’s hair glow? Have you seen Elsa transform? Have you seen Hiccup’s stubble? Jack’s clothes flapping in the wind as he fights Pitch? Have you seen Merida’s hair wet? Have you seen how much older everyone in How to Train Your Dragon 2 is? Like they had to start from scratch the characters are so different that must take FOREVER! Have you seen the fabric of Anna’s dress?Have you seen the details in Hiccup’s new gear? Have you seen the veins in Hiccup’s mom’s neck? Have you seen the paintings in Anna and Elsa’s ballroom? What about the paintings in Rapunzel’s tower? And the whole stretch from when she and Eugene get to the city up until they leave? When they’re dancing? The lanterns? Have you seen the dragon swarm in the nest? Have you seen Pitch’s shadow monsters, or all of Tooth’s little fairies? Have you seen the crowds? DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW BEAUTIFUL AND DETAILED THAT IS?!The have separate people animating different parts of the same character do you know how crazy animating entire crowds is!? And doing it well, with detail? I’m sorry but if you think animated movies are just for kids I cannot be friends with you.


A little appreciation post for Kathy Zielinski showcasing the villains she worked on in animated films. :D

She’s a great inspiration to all aspiring ladies in the animation business. She currently works at Dreamworks.

- Hexxus (Fern Gully)

- Jafar (snake and as beggar - Aladdin), Tzekel-Kan (The Road to El Dorado)

- Kathy!

- Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)

To see what else she’s done, look her up at IMDB!

More about her animation.


Jack’s little sister somewhat resembles Jamie Bennett. It is possible Jamie is a descendant from Jack’s little sister, which might be the reason Jack felt drawn to Jamie. When Peter Ramsey, the director of ROTG, was asked about this, he answered: “Who knows…! It could be possible… One of my regrets is that we didn’t have more screen time in the movie to flesh things out a bit more. Is there a bigger connection between Jamie and Jack? Yeah, that could be a definite possibility, that there’s some kind of lineage connection like that. It’s one of those movie mysteries.”