New books about “Adventure Time,” Mary Blair, Alex Toth, Disney Golden Books, Pixar, and DreamWorks will be published in 2014.
Taking part in a “Wall Street Journal” survey, Pixar and Disney Animation president Ed Catmull shared his two favorite books of 2013.
This week we continue looking at some of the talented artists whose efforts made possible the new Disney feature “Frozen.” Brittney Lee is credited on the film as a visual development artist.
Indie publisher ANTIBOOKCLUB has announced that they will publish the first printed work of indie animation filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt.
In this visual essay, animation director Darrell van Citters traces the lineage of Jay Ward Productions’ most famous characters and explains the contributions of different animation artists.
Steve Hickner’s “Animating Your Career” promises practical advice for artists entering the animation field. Does the book deliver?
Roger Rabbit is back! The character, which began its life in an adult-oriented novel written by Gary K. Wolf, will …