The three founders of Mukpuddy started their studio in a New Zealand basement in 2002. Now they’ve got a tv series.
A Valentine’s Day treat.
Adobe’s new Animate CC is making strides to be more animator-friendly, but is it too little, too late?
Oslo’s trailer park home falls into a sinkhole, and he must choose between a life of warm simplicity and rigid luxury.
In their new reel, Japanese studio Science Saru offers a peek into how they produce animated projects in Flash, including the episode of “Adventure Time” that was directed by Masaaki Yuasa.
“Pim and Pom: The Big Adventure” was not only made on a tiny budget, but had the added challenge of translating the visual style of one of the most beloved Dutch children’s book illustrators.
Science Saru, the new studio started by Japanese directors Masaaki Yuasa and Eunyoung Choi, has shared a behind-the-scenes look at how they used Flash in the recent TV series “Ping Pong.”
French animator David Besnier who was featured here last week for his impressive Flash website banner returns again with a humorous short revealing how he listens to music from Disney’s “The Lion King.”
“As a boy in Kansas I was afraid of three things: rattlesnakes, tornados, and my father.”