Designed as a powerful community of renowned animators and game developers, the Riot Animation Team has announced the date for the launch of the highly-anticipated Animation Livestream event on September 11 at 11 AM PDT on the network. The event will be organized as one of the popular inclusions of the Light Box Expo which will run between September 11 through September 13 for animation fans. The team took to its Twitter handle to broadcast the news stating:
Hello, Twitter! We are thrilled to announce that on September 11th @ 11AM PDT, the Riot Animation Team is bringing you an all-day Animation Stream as a part of @LightBoxExpo! Come hang out, ask questions, and level up your craft at https://t.co/hzmX9BlXLT. #gamedev #LBX2020 pic.twitter.com/kpfF7EogCw
— the RAT (@RATanimators) August 26, 2020
According to the report, the RAT network will bring together the best animators, creators, and developers on board during the Animation Livestream event. The attendees will get a golden chance to interact with the renowned artists virtually. They will be allowed to ask questions, indulge in talks, and seek guidance in improving their craft from industry leaders.
I’ve wanted to attend LightBox Expo for a long time and now I can finally do it virtually! So many of my favorite artists are in attendance, check out that lineup! https://t.co/QqXEXaIgt9
— lindsay @ dungeon meshi hell (@vavavaxildan) August 27, 2020
The Lightbox Expo is a powerful stage that celebrates the art of animation, illustration, live action, and online gaming by giving the best talents in the industry a platform to impart their knowledge with others. It aims to develop a connection with fellow creators, increase their visibility , enhance their skills, and guide aspiring entrants. The Animation Livestream event will have noteworthy guests, from Oscar winner Everett Downing to “Shape of Water”’s artist Natalie Hall.
The Expo will feature nearly 300 popular visitors showing their talent through 200 vivid presentations focused on animation and art. The registrations were started on August 24 and are available for anyone willing to admire the artwork. The cost for the registration is as low as $1 and as high as $40 for those willing to enjoy a full-tier display or buy bags and collections designed by famous creators like Mike Mignola.
LightBox Expo will organize several events featuring individual art work. Most of the programs will consist of downloadable content that will be easily available for access on the portal’s official website.