Animation World Magazine takes a jaunt into the innovative and remarkable: this month we look at fashion designer Rebecca Moses' animated film, The Discovery of India.
As Karen Raugust explains, sometimes companies get lucky and their commercials become their own licensing phenomena. Anheuser-Busch has such a hit on their hands with their beloved CGI Frogs and Lizards
From the California Raisins to Li'l Penny, sometimes companies get lucky and their commercials become their own licensing phenomena.
Joseph K. Bevilacqua highlights what's new in animation for the U.S. 1998/99 television season, from CBS to Cartoon Network.
Craig Miller introduces us to the Writers Guild of America's Animation Writers Caucus, which aims to assist animation writers and help them to better the circumstances under which they work.
William Moritz discusses Richard Reeves' Linear Dreams and Bbel Neubauer's Moonlight and helps to put them in perspective. Includes Quicktime movies of both films.
Bbel Neubauer divulges her creative process and discusses the production of Roots, her drawn-on-film short abstract work. Includes a Quicktime movie.
Pete Nicholls traveled to San Diego to report on Comic-Con in a year when comics reigned and animation was strangely missing...
Edmundo Barreiros relays the events of Brazil's Anima Mundi, possibly the world's most energetic and enthusiastic festival.
The fourth installment of Barry Purves' production diary as he chronicles producing a series of animated shorts for Channel 4. An Animation World Magazine exclusive.
Environmentalist Lesli Rynyk explains the Canadian Waste Management Act and subsequent Animation Waste Management Plan designed to decrease waste in animation studios.
Russell Bekins details the adaptation of Hugo Pratt's Corto Maltese, from graphic novel to animated films and series.
Macromedia's Dreamweaver impressed Dan Sarto. Read on for why this web authoring tool is hard to beat.
A survey of people related to this issue's theme of television animation answering, "Whatten films would you want to have with if stranded on a desert island?
Animation World Magazine takes a jaunt into the innovative and remarkable: this month we look at two productions that are using computers to simulate cut-out animation techniques: South Park and Blue's Clues
Compositing 3D elements into live-action footage is a very important facet of post-production. Bill Fleming instructs us on how to get it just right.
Mike Lyons takes a look at Walt Disney Television Animation's proven strategy for adapting the company's animated features as television series such as the upcoming Hercules.
Singapore's Animation Fiesta is making a unique place for itself after just two events. Mark Langer describes this exciting newcomer.
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Heather Kenyon relates the events from Cardiff, Wales, an educational festival full of panel discussions and lectures with many bright spots, despite the rain.