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- Can You Identify These Legendary Animators'
Tonight, just for fun, I posted a series of photos of legendary animators from the Golden Age of theatrical animation. We owe them a great deal. Without the pioneering efforts of these artists (and [...]
- Artist of the Day: Joan Casaramona
Barcelona, Spain-based Joan Casaramona draws and sketches with pencil, applies digital techniques to animated stamped images, designs graphics, and generally produces all kinds of visual work. [...]
- This Week in Animation History: Milt Kahl, Porky Pig & Michael Eisner
A look at animation history via Cartoon Brew's
- DreamWorks Is Developing 'Hot Stuff'
DreamWorks is developing "Hot Stuff," a feature film starring the diaper-wearing demon-baby Hot Stuff the Little Devil, who originally appeared in Harvey
- MPC: 'Sunny and Steve ' Enjoy the Sweets'
Just in time for Easter weekend, “Sunny and Steve” from MPC’s NY office has a look as cute and cuddly as its rascally rabbit antagonist. From MPC’s site: [MPC] set out to [...]
- Naked and Roof: TF1 Pub Bumpers
Paris-based Naked tapped NYC-based Roof to co-create 45 eight-second bumpers for TF1. Each one is a tiny world packed with clever details that hold up to repeat viewing. Roof also recently relaunched [...]
- Why Did CG Hub Shut Down Without Warning Its Users'
It's been one week now since CG Hub, the popular portfolio site and social network for digital artists, unexpectedly shut down, leaving thousands of its users angry and
- 'A Girl Named Elastika' by Guillaume Blanchet
She?s young, dreamy and fearless, she drives cars way too fast, she?s also a yamakasi. She likes adventure, fireworks and unrelenting seas. From the day I conceived her, I?ve been a worried father. [...]
- Plenty for Fox Life Spring
Colorful fun Spring package by Plenty for Fox
- Carlos Lascano: Lila
In this lyrical and poetic piece, Carlos Lascano, transforms the world with the help of Lila, a young woman reminiscent of Amélie, who “can’t resign herself to accept reality as flat as [...]
- See the Brothers Quay For Free in Chicago Tonight
The Brothers Quay, the legendary team of identical twin stop motion animators, will be appearing tonight in Chicago at DePaul University for a screening and conversation about their
- The 'New Yorker' Discovers 'Adventure Time' After Five Seasons
This week's issue of "The New Yorker" does something that they rarely ever do: review an animated TV series. The show they elected to discuss is "Adventure
- 'A World Without Limits' by Studio AKA for Hyundai.
“A World Without Limits” by Studio AKA for
- Blue Sky's 'Rio 2' Opens In Second Place in the U.S.
Blue Sky's "Rio 2" failed to unseat "Captain America 2" at the box office last weekend and settled for a second-place opening of $39.3
- This Bear Animation Is Not Computer Animated
This short animation of a seemingly CG bear climbing stairs is garnering a lot of attention on the Internet because it's actually a CG bear printed as 3-D models and then animated in stop
- Genre ' Generic
The Shape of Night (Nakamuro Noboru, 1964). DB here: I didn’t plan it that way, but it turns out that a great many films I saw at this year’s Hong Kong International Film Festival would [...]
- Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
“Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” the reboot of the classic science TV series helmed by Carl Sagan that aired in 1980, should be required viewing for all of us. In “Cosmos,” [...]
- 'Johnny Bravo' Creator Van Partible Talks About New Dance-Combat Game
Van Partible, the creator of Cartoon Network?s Nineties series "Johnny Bravo," is making the rounds with a new third-person video game concept called Dancers of War. In the game, Marine Sgt. Jack [...]
- How The Producer of 'Green Lantern' Learned That Animation Focus Groups Are Nonsense
"Green Lantern: The Animated Series" showrunner Giancarlo Volpe drew a mini-comic about his first experience attending a focus group for his
- 'The Tale of the Plump Bird' by Saki Iyori
"The Tale of the Plump Bird" was directed, animated and edited by Saki
- Reintroducing MASTER OF THE HOUSE
Master of the House (1925). DB here: We’re busy! I’m trying finish a final Hong Kong blog entry and a wrapup on my 1940s critics. Meanwhile, Kristin is writing an entry on Alexander [...]
- John Kricfalusi Accepts Texas Avery Award in Dallas [Video]
"Ren & Stimpy" creator John Kricfalusi attended the Dallas International Film Festival this weekend to accept the Texas Avery
- 'Out to Lunch' by Joseph Bennett
A man appears on a talk
- Alien / Easter Poster
- Artist of the Day: Arik Roper
New York City-based artist Arik Moonhawk Roper illustrates fantasy art in full washes of color or in limited colors for black light posters, books, and shirts. He has illustrated a handful of covers [...]
- Masaaki Yuasa's 'Ping Pong' Will Be Recapped on Cartoon Brew
When we started offering recaps of Steven Universe last November, we were uncertain how readers would respond. Your feedback turned out to be overwhelmingly positive, and in fact, the most common [...]
- See 'Ernest & Celestine' This Weekend In These U.S. Cities
It’s not too late to see the Oscar-nominated French animated feature Ernest & Celestine. Below is a list of theaters that are screening the film this weekend. If your city isn’t [...]
- 'Steven Universe' Recap: 'Steven the Sword Fighter'
It?s been a few weeks but the last few times in Beach City we witnessed a lot of growth in the series. Steven had an anger revelation after he hung with the cool kids and really showcased the [...]
- A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Sylvain Chomet's 'Simpsons' Opening
The elaborate "Simpsons" couch gag directed by Sylvain Chomet ("Triplets of Belleville," "The Illusionist") now has a making-of video courtesy of the production company that produced the opening, [...]
- 'Ping Pong' Recap: 'The Wind Makes It Too Hard to Hear'
A recap of the first episode of Masaaki Yuasa's new series "Ping