Behind the scenes of FuseFX’s Very Large Man digital human created for the Amazon series “The Tick.”
Previously on Cartoon Brew
Cartoon Brew launched on this day fourteen years ago.
The company-wide event provides the studio’s artists not only a chance to let off steam, but to also showcase their unique creative talents.
Fresh from winning the Academy Award for best feature and director, Guillermo del Toro is turning his attention to animated features.
According to the justice of the Wild West, thieves must be punished. But when the sheriff’s horse breaks, and there is no one to oversee justice, it’s hard to forecast if justice stays justice.
Henry Selick. Key and Peele. Netflix. “Wendell and Wild” is a one-of-a-kind animated feature.
Annecy, the world’s largest animation festival, has announced the short films that’ll be in competition at its 2018 edition.
Next week, artists from across the U.S. and Canada, as well as Europe and Asia, will be in Berkeley, California for GLAS Animation Festival. We talk to the organizers about what makes the event so unique.
A look at Amazon’s first original half-hour series, a new show from the creator of “Superjail!,” and a “Loud House” spin-off in development.
Being a bald man sucks. Knowing you’ll become one is worse.
An ambitious fan film about “The Iron Giant” – forty years later.
Oregon’s new tourism campaign tries to capture “the magical feeling of being in Oregon” with an anime-inspired aesthetic.
A mysterious sign appears and the residents of Cat City tremble in fear of an unknown terror. Something is coming to invade their minds…
One of the most important people at Pixar, 25-year veteran producer Darla K. Anderson, has left the company just days after she won the Oscar for “Coco.”
A late change in directors has added some behind-the-scenes intrigue to Illumination’s adaptation of “The Grinch.”
Here’s an exclusive first-look at a very unconventional 2D feature film from Spain.
Another key name from Disney Animation is jumping ship.
In the first two months of 2018, something unprecedented happened at the American box office — and it has yet to be properly acknowledged.
For years, the kiosk has been Olga’s little home simply because her sweet tooth and monotonous life has made her bigger than the exit.
To distract herself, she reads travel magazines and dreams of being far away.
How Aardman Animations pulled off the hilarious massage scene in Nick Park’s “Early Man.”