Cuphead is a huge hit, and a win for creator driven content everywhere. The Toronto Animated Image Society is hosting a few members of the crew for a behind the scenes chat. Here’s the info.
Friday, November 24th
OCAD University, 100 McCaul – Rm 230
7:00-9:00pm (doors 6:45pm)
$5 at the door for general public
Free for TAIS and HES members and OCAD U and Seneca students
Presented by the Toronto Animated Image Society (TAIS), with Hand Eye Society (HES), and OCAD University, in partnership with Seneca College, TAAFI, and LeFort Talent Group.
Get Behind the Scenes of Cuphead – the gloriously fiendish indie run-and-gunner game inspired by classic Rubber hose cartoons of the 1930s. Hotly anticipated, and blowing up since launching on PC and Xbox One at the end of September, Cuphead was painstakingly created using techniques of the 1930s era: traditional hand drawn cel animation, watercolor backgrounds, and original jazz recordings.
Developed and published by Studio MDHR Entertainment, Cuphead production team members Tina Nawrocki, Caitlin Russell, and Ali Morbi will give a unique behind the scenes look at the artwork created for the game, and reveal details on how the Cuphead crew developed this Platinum selling gem.
You need to go to this.