Karen Raugust looks at how animators are distributing their properties through a growing menu of alternative venues.
Greg Singer sat down with Drew Carey in October of last year to discuss his experience of creating Drew Careys Green Screen Show.
This month, Dr. Toon dives into the deep end of the animation pool to see what “adult” really means throughout toon history.
In this months Mind Your Business, Mark Simon helps bring opposites together by translating the difficult language of client.
After a chat with Sonys lead artist and designer Fumito Ueda, Fred Galpern enters the Shadow of the Colossus videogame and reports back on whether this PS2 title holds up to the hype.
Sharon Katz traveled to Espinho, Portugal, for the 2005 Cinanima and reports with a bit of background on the international animation event and what it had in store for fans this year.
In the last Animation Pimp column, Chris Robinson looks to the stars to see what animation means to him.
Taylor Jessen reviews five short films Backbone Tale (Une Histoire Vertebrale) by Jeremy Clapin, The Curse of the Voodoo Child by Steven Woloshen, Meeting Me (Wie Ich Mich Traf) by Angela Steffen, The Mysterious Geographic Exploration of Jasper Morello by Anthony Lucas and Perfect by Sally Arthur. Includes QuickTime movie clips!
Christopher Panzner looks into the increasing amount of animated features being produced and Europe and why they are not coming to American theaters.
Nancy Cartwright talks about pigeonholing in the voice over business and how it just doesnt fly with her.
Bill Desowitz chats with ILMs Joel Aron about the challenges of converting Chicken Little into the all-new Disney Digital 3-D process.
Joe Strike sat down and talked with Heinz Edelmann, the driving creative force behind the Beatles animated feature Yellow Submarine, who spoke about his recent School of Visual Arts Masters Series Award as well as his career and art.
Joseph Gilland looks into how artists integrate various design styles into one cohesive animated feature.
This month Dr. Toon plays the “What If” game to see how the world of animation would be different if in an alternative reality Dick Tracy was an animated star, Bob Clampett lived longer or Walt Disney never lost Oswald the Rabbit.
Taylor Jessen looks at the load of recent releases celebrating the art of Winsor McCay, including the reissue of John Canemakers Winsor McCay: His Life and Art, the comicstrip collection Little Nemo in Slumberland: So Many Splendid Sundays and the Winsor McCay: The Master Edition DVD.
With the holidays comes holiday parties. The Career Coach gives some quick tips on how to get more out of the festivities than just chips and dips.
With Chicken Little, Disney fully embraces 3D animation for the first time. Bill Desowitz explores how the studios CG future is being defined by its traditional legacy.
The Animation Pimp looks back on his introduction to the life of the Ottawa Animation Film Festival.
Christopher Panzner looks into the growing about of European productions on U.S. networks to find out the real reason behind the trend.
First celebrities invaded the world of animation voice over. Now theyre stepping in behind the scenes. Joe Strike looks into this growing trend and what it means to the overall animation community.
Carolyn Giardina reports on DI, honoring Phil Tippett and other panels at the recently concluded eDIT 8. Filmmakers Festival in Frankfurt, Germany.