In this months Animated Scene, Joseph Gilland addresses the reality of paperless animation production, which used to make his blood curdle.
In the latest excerpt from Learning Maya 7 | Foundation, Marc-AndrGuindon and Cathy McGinnis finish mapping the orb.
Philippe Moins turns the pages on Astix film production history to offer perspective for the latest animated feature, Astix et les Vikings, moving across European theaters.
This month, Dr. Toon takes a psychedelic trip back to the late ‘60s and early ‘70s when Saturday Morning cartoons rocked.
In this rah-rah edition of Mind Your Business, Mark Simon discusses the right cheers one can shout to help self-promote their teams success.
For this months Animators Unearthed, Chris Robinson gets the right prescription with Suzan Pitts El Doctor.
Raquel Benitez Rojas attended the 10-year anniversary of Cartoons on the Bay 2006 to witness an important showcase of the best television animation has to offer.
The Career Coach gives the top tips on turning an interview opportunity into a successful experience.
Todays videogames are visually slick, but are they venturing into the realm of fine art? Janet Hetherington takes a look at how videogame art is jumping off the screen and into the gallery. Includes a QuickTime clip!
Christopher Harz looks into the ever-expanding field of educational videogames, moving games from the home into the classroom and office.
Karen Raugust talks with smaller animation studios who are creating cinematics and, increasingly, in-game assets for video and computer games.
Christopher Harz attends the biggest and baddest GDC ever and tells us what he found with contributions from Dominic Cianciolo.
Taylor Jessen reviews five short films Dragon by Troy Morgan, The Love Train by Eva Bennett, A Plan by Tom Schroeder, Stasis by Jason Hite and Vaudeville by Chansoo Kim. Includes QuickTime movie clips!
In this months The Animated Scene, Joseph Gilland profiles his meeting with Norman McLaren and working on international animation crews.
Joe Strike gets the lowdown from The Wild s producer Clint Goldman and director Steve "Spaz" Williams of Hoytyboy Pictures about bringing The Wild to the big screen via Walt Disney.
In this months Mind Your Business, Mark Simon tackles the ins and outs of a freelancers dreaded necessity invoicing.
Martin “Dr. Toon” Goodman takes on taboo racial topics in light of the debut of Adult Swim’s Minoriteam.
Tom Sito reflects back on the birth of animation, which dawned 100 years ago with The Humorous Phases of Funny Faces from James Stuart Blackton.
Ron Diamond and Iain Harvey attend Cartoon Movie, reporting back about the growing revolution in animated features that has begun in Europe.
Chris Robinson excavates Jonas Odells Never Like the First Time! and discovers the first sexual experiences of four people in this months Animators Unearthed.
Animation veteran Thom Richardson travels to the inaugural AFF event, uncovering the truth about the controversy that has swirled around the new traveling festival.