The crew tell us how they set about adapting the hit game into an animated series with lush production values.
Toon Boom Harmony
That which is above is like that which is below, and that which is below is like that which is above.
Learn how Mollie Ong harnessed the newest features in Toon Boom Harmony 21 to create her new short film.
The showrunner of Netflix’s new satirical series talks conspiracies and creative collaborations.
The course provider connects students with Harmony experts. Learn about upcoming opportunities, including a free virtual event and prize draw.
A producer explains how they built a pipeline for the upcoming hybrid series “Royals Next Door.”
“You have more control over the scope of the animation process,” says Mik Kirchheiner of animating directly with a tablet.
Matt Watts talks about an important and often overlooked part of the 2D animation process: character rigging.
Gonzalo Azpiri of Hookup Animation explains how he used the new release of Toon Boom Harmony 20 to create a mixed-media animation sequence.
You know you’ve created a popular cartoon character when fans turn up at your studio asking to meet her.
Shu, a Toon Boom Ambassador, explains how she used Harmony 20 to create a hand-painted aesthetic.
When Sam Kishi wanted to incorporate animated segments into his live-action feature, he didn’t have to look far. That’s because he also runs the Mexican animation studio Platypus.
The courses are tailored to artists at various career stages. They start on May 23.
Developers behind some of the industry’s most widely used softwares are making it easier to work from home.
Toon Boom is making it easier for studio artists and students to work remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Camila Kater explains how she combined five different mediums in her debut film — and why she compares women to meat.
We spoke to the artists and developers behind “Later Alligator,” “Knights and Bikes,” and “River City Girls” about their games’ stylized visuals.
Deedee Animation Studio, based in Hanoi, talks with Cartoon Brew about the tortuous process of setting up a 2d animation studio in Vietnam.
Canadian animator Chris Dainty walks us through the complex production process of his new NFB short.
Toon Boom is touting 40 new-and-improved features in the latest edition of its industry-standard animation software.
London-based Passion Pictures has added its own unique take on the Disney classic “101 Dalmatians.”
The live-action/cg hybrid feature is being directed by Walt Becker.
The director of “Tito and the Birds” speaks with Cartoon Brew about his film about the “disease of fear,” a condition that turns people into zombie-like creatures.
One of the U.K.’s largest independent animation studios is expanding.
Whether you are a student, freelance animation artist, or studio professional, where there’s a skill, there’s a simple way to learn: the Toon Boom Learn Portal.
The first season launches September 21 on Netflix.
The debate about 2d versus 3d animation is becoming increasingly irrelevant as more artists use an integrated 2d/3d approach thanks to the new generation of powerful animation tools.