Dan Ojari and Mikey Please explain how they made their seasonal short at the storied stop-motion studio.
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The studio, which produces the animation for many popular series, has started an in-house shorts program.
“You have more control over the scope of the animation process,” says Mik Kirchheiner of animating directly with a tablet.
The greatest life lessons are learned through the simplest of experiences. When your kitchen turns into your biggest classroom… and Mom just serves you a plate of wisdom.
“Sing a Bit of Harmony” is the first feature the anime distribution giant has co-produced.
The piece channels Edward Gorey’s work, from the dense hatching to the Vincent Price-like narrator’s rhyming couplets.
The company claims that its technique is up to 50% cheaper than a live-action production.
Crunchyroll and Adult Swim have also released a first-look trailer of their upcoming series “Shenmue the Animation.”
“We need to collectively decide what’s healthy for us as individuals,” says Gavin, “and find a way to make taking responsibility for maintaining our mental health a real priority.”
Bonus: You get an all-expenses-paid trip to the south of France.
The pair will hold key executive positions at the Lucasfilm division.
Freleng’s film is a showcase for how rhythm and motion alone can create laughter when the timing is perfect.
Troy is gone. The animation industry has lost a legend. And I, and countless others who were lucky enough to know him, have lost a friend.
The streamer is selecting up to seven artists for the first round of its new shorts program.
Cartoon Brew readers and animation festival regulars may by now be familiar with the name Fabian&Fred. The German studio has consistently …
We’re expanding our team!
The studio has promoted Tina Chow and Richard Grieve to CEO and COO respectively.
“Back off, jackass — I wasn’t looking at your wife!”
“Brave” director Mark Andrews and longtime animator Andrew Gordon are among the team working on “Hawkmaster.”
“[A]fter it came out, I realized this is really not appropriate for children,” says the comedian of the film he co-wrote and starred in.
The experienced director and showrunner will oversee the young studio’s content slate, original and service work alike.