The Internet streaming service has also acquired Studio 4°C’s “Tweeny Witches” series.
Annecy is taking over San Diego Comic-Con as the place for Hollywood to preview its major projects.
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.
Finding the perfect book for the beloved animation fan in your life can be a big challenge, but these gift-book ideas will inform and inspire anyone who loves animation and drawing.
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.”
How did Aymeric Kevin and his team manage to produce so many quality backgrounds on such a short schedule? Aymeric speaks to Cartoon Brew about the background art of “Ping Pong.”
Masaaki Yuasa’s fourth TV show wraps up in a fairly satisfying way with a briskly paced and nicely animated climax that brings emotional closure to the story with a cathartic showdown and thread-tying coda.
A sketchbook of production artwork by the innovative animation director Masaaki Yuasa will be published in Japan next month.
Peco and Dragon battle it out in a fierce match, and Peco’s victory paves the way for a climactic showdown between old friends.
Peco blazes through the tournament, but his knee begins to act up, leaving his future in question. Only Peco, Smile and Ryuichi remain at the end.