We wanted to take a quick timeout to thank Cartoon Brew’s sponsors from the last couple months. The support of these companies allows us to devote a greater amount of our time to the site, as well as to add new features like Cartoon Brew TV and Guest Brewers, both of which will continue to expand in the coming months.
We work hard to find sponsors who offer relevant products and services to our readership. Unlike most other animation media, we are editorially independent and these companies respect our independence. That’s why we’re so pleased to have these companies advertising on the Brew, and we encourage you to learn more about them by clicking on their ads or on the links below:
Animation Mentor is an online animation school founded by industry animators. Their current roster of teachers includes artists working at Pixar, Sony, DreamWorks and Disney. The school’s eighteen-month program has a well-defined curriculum focused on teaching animation and character performance, and preparing students for careers as CG character animators. Check out some of the recent student work in their student showcases.
LA-based Gallery Nucleus chose to promote their art show for the “Ancient Book of Sex and Science,” but they’ve got excellent art exhibitions year round, not to mention an awesome store.
CTN Animation Expo is a major animation event coming to Burbank in November.
Schoolism offers online storyboarding, caricature and design courses taught by leading industry professionals
Animation legend Don Bluth is promoting a special two-disc DVD edition of Banjo the Woodpile Cat, which Jerry reviewed earlier on Cartoon Brew.
The Labyrinth is Toronto’s source for comic, illustration and animation books.
The Guys is a quirky online animated series from Finland in which the characters are animated over user-submitted home videos.
If you’d like to advertise on Cartoon Brew, especially any San Diego Comic-Con related products, please visit our ad rep Reachout Media.