Auguste Haboush has been a practicing artist all of his life. His father Victor

Haboush (1924-2009) was an artist and film maker who encouraged all of his

children to develop their artistic abilities.

 

At sixteen Auguste began studying classical drawing methods and working in

the animation business as an apprentice assistant animator. At eighteen

Auguste attended Art Center College of Design.

 

Lorser Feitelson, Harry Carmean, Glenn Vilppu, Vern Wilson, all masters in

their craft, inspired and shared their knowledge of the the human figure with Auguste. They

instilled a great sense of tradition towards the figurative arts, one that persists to this day.

 

The animation field was another way to study with great artists, Auguste’s

father worked at Walt Disney Studios, UPA and other prominent studios

giving his son an opportunity to enter into this branch of art.

Animation afforded Auguste the possibility to travel and study extensively in

Europe.

 

 

 

 

Teaching qualifications.

Drawing instructor:  Art Center College of Design. 1991-1997

Drawing and Anatomy instructor:     Academy of Art University, San Francisco.  2000-2014

Instructor of life drawing-Dreamworks 1995 – 1997 (2 years)

 

Education

Art Center College of Design 1975 – 1977

 

IMDb Credits:

 Art department (1 credit

1989Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (TV Series) (storyboard artist – 41 episodes)

 

 Animation department (5 credits)

1986When the Wind Blows (additional trace and paint artist: Stuart-Brooks Animation)

1982The Secret of NIMH (assistant animator)

1979The Little Rascals’ Christmas Special (TV Movie) (assistant animator)

1979Puff the Magic Dragon in the Land of the Living Lies (TV Movie) (assistant animator)

1977The Mouse and His Child (assistant animator)