Board artist Meridian Gray Culpepper has posted a video full of wisdom learned over 11 months of unemployment.
Youtuber Nerdwriter gives one of the best English-language breakdowns of how France’s CNC supports the country’s screen industries.
Youtuber Phil Edwards argues: “Not because he was an incredible character, but because he literally pushed at the edges of what film could do.”
The editor of ‘Across the Spider-Verse’ dissects the film’s unconventional opening sequence and its climactic train-top fight scene, among other topics.
Vfx supervisor Jonas Ussing is releasing a series of video essays on the art of “invisible cgi” and why studios don’t acknowledge using it.
Youtuber Cody Johnston offers several reasons for the declining quality of modern blockbusters, including an overreliance on vfx.
The 73-minute video is at times humorous, at times insightful, and thoroughly entertaining throughout.
Using illustrations, anecdotes, and personal insights, Tartakovsky answers the internet’s most pressing animation-related questions.
Rogers has released the first in a nine-video series in which he talks to creators about making and pitching an animated series.
“I don’t think we should be altering what the film looked like, beyond making it a very, very nice copy,” says restoration expert Steve Stanchfield.
The ‘Brother Bear’ director reacts to a recent viral video that claims to be animated using AI.
Youtuber Wookong has put together a detailed account of the evolution of animation production in Japan in the mid-20th century.
Miguel Ortega and Tran Ma (a.k.a. Half M.T. Studios) documented more than 100 hours of production on their thrilling short.
Blanco has produced shorts such as the Oscar-nominated ‘Late Afternoon,’ and series including Netflix’s ‘Puffin Rock’ at Cartoon Saloon.
The video revisits several now-legendary vfx horror stories and suggests ways that a collapse of the industry may be avoided.
Filmation’s 1966 ‘Superman’ series laid the foundation for animated superhero shows, but getting the job took some creative deception.
Toniko Pantoja breaks down the major differences in storyboarding for film and TV in his latest Youtube video.
Our latest Video Essay features a detailed look at the epic rivalry between Don Bluth and Disney Animation.
A new video dives into the history of LGBTQIA+ representation in animation over the past century.
Did a Tiny Toons Stalker get the show taken off the air? Did the person even exist? Youtube sleuth Bernievidz investigates the urban legend.