and FX Artists: Raman Hui
Hui started his animation career at Quantum Studios in Honk Kong
where he worked as a cel animator. Soon thereafter he moved to
Canada where he attended Sheridan College to help increase his
experience and knowledge in computer animation. He soon found
himself creating hand-drawn animated productions for TV commercials
In 1989 Hui
started full time at PDI (later acquired by DreamWorks) where
he worked on many 3D characters like a computer generated Mickey
Mouse for Jim Henson's Muppetvision. He also helped create
the first computer generated Pillsbury Doughboy.
Hui is credited
with writing, directing, and producing PDI's animated short, Sleepy
Guy, which has won several festival awards. When PDI was acquired
by DreamWorks, Hui was given supervising animator duties for both
ANTZ and Shrek.
ANIMATION AND FX EXPERIENCE:
(2001) - Supervising Animator
(1998) - Lead Character Designer and Supervising Animator
(1996) - Animation Director
Guy (PDI Animated Short) Writer, Director, and Producer
An image from Sleepy Guy, which Raman Hui wrote, directed,
and produced for PDI
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