K9 Students at Sheldon High School use Animate for NATAS animation
Sacramento, California, USA - September 25, 2013
Earlier this summer the cameras were at Sacramento's Sheldon High School as students and faculty were interviewed after they and K9 Studios won the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) Regional Student Television Award “Award For Merit”.
The award was given in the Music Video category for creating the animation “David Garibaldi and his CMYKs” with ex-Sheldon High student David Garibaldi. Sheldon High School use Toon Boom Animate to create digital content.
In this series of short videos animation teacher Shawn Sullivan and his students explain the advantages and use of Toon Boom in the class. Watch the interviews here
For even more info, read the Toon Boom Blog "California School wins NATAS Regional Student Television Award"