UK-based animation studio Young and illustrator Peter Donnelly team with ad agency Network Warrington to create a 1950s-influenced animation promoting the new Midas Card.
Smith Micro Software releases the latest version of their all-in-one animation solution, Anime Studio Pro 9.5.
SMOSH spinoff Shut Up! Cartoons launches Smosh Babies, an animated look at the YouTube channel’s biggest stars, web comedy duo Ian Hecox and Anthony Padilla.
FOX gives its recently launched Animation Domination HD block a boost, ordering six additional quarter-hours of [i]Axe Cop[/i] and [i]High School USA![/i]
Sony Pictures Animation announces an all-new, never before seen mini-movie directed by Stephan Franck that combines cutting-edge computer generated imagery and traditionally hand drawn animation.
New York animation boutique Ace & Son Moving Picture Co. collaborates with Canvasback Music/Atlantic recording artists Grouplove to create an expansive promotional campaign.
Bisous les Copains is a series of beautifully simple and subtly humorous animated GIFs by Nantes, France-based graphic artist and illustrator Guillaume Kurkdjian.
BBH Asia Pacific creates Mentos “National Day Proposal” animation that sees Singapore making an unusual proposal to Finland.
Nancy Phelps reports on the first Annecy International Animation Festival under the leadership of new creative director Marcel Jean.
The legendary indie animator talks about his brand new film and the Kickstarter campaign that saved the production.
In anticipation of the cartoon’s North American debut, Disney Animation releases two new images from the Mickey Mouse short, Get A Horse!.
Fred Patten explores Disney Legend Floyd Norman’s colorful and informative history of working at the legendary studio.
Cartoon Network gives an exclusive sneak peek at San Diego Comic-Con of three brand-new original animated series from Cartoon Network Studios: Pete Browngardt’s Uncle Grandpa, Skyler Page’s Clarence, and Rebecca Sugar’s highly-anticipated Steven Universe.
Toon Boom Animation announces the release of Toon Boom Animate 3 and Toon Boom Animate Pro 3, offering the most comprehensive set of features to professional animators in one package.
The Japan Media Arts Festival Executive Committee announces the Call for Entries for the 17th Japan Media Arts Festival starting in 2014.
Dr. Toon discusses Disney Channel’s controversial crossover Phineas and Ferb – Marvel Super Heroes television special.
Program Director Nicolás Villarreal shares his insights on the school’s new visual development degree program as well as the challenges of helping students become working professionals.
Toon Boom Animation announces a reorganization of its product line with Animate 3, ideal for for frame-by-frame animation, and Animate Pro 3, ideal for cut-out rigging animation.
Blacklist takes a historical journey through the Santa Ynez Valley in an elegant spot for the Chumash Casino Resort.
Disney Animation releases No Service, the second of 19 brand-new shorts featuring Mickey Mouse and his friends.
Studio Ghibli releases a teaser for director Hayao Miyazaki's forthcoming animated feature, The Wind Rises (Kaze ga Tachinu), giving fans a 35-second glimpse at the highly-anticipated project.
Cartoon Network receives a summer makeover with a new set of brightly colored images and a video seamlessly blending the work of top animators around the globe, including Australia’s Rubberhouse, France’s CRCR, the UK’s Alex Grigg and Eamonn O’Neill, and the US’s Impactist and Awesome Incorporated.