The Animation Pimp dishes up a rather cynical, vulgar and surprisingly hostile list of his favorite and not so favorite animated feature films.
Column: The Animation Pimp
An Aussie, a Brit, a Latvian and an Israeli walk into a bar - The Animation Pimp discusses the issue of why animators are making such big, fat films.
In the last Animation Pimp column, Chris Robinson looks to the stars to see what animation means to him.
The Animation Pimp looks back on his introduction to the life of the Ottawa Animation Film Festival.
The Animation Pimp continues his life ponders in the third part of The Beginning of The End of The Beginning series.
The Animation Pimp sets the record straight with sensitive artist doofs who get upset when their films dont make a festival competition, but still make a special screening section.
This month the Animation Pimp gets a little queer about the gay hysteria circling around various cartoons.
Sean Wagstaff reviews MotionBuilder 6, which remains unmatched at manipulating, re-using and blending animation data from multiple sources, and creating character performances from scratch.
Zombies attack the world of animation! The Animation Pimp seems to think there coming from ASIFA chapters all over the globe.
The Animation Pimp returns with a third installment in his unsung animators series. This time riding with Stephanie Maxwell.
The Animation Pimp looks back on the emotional agony of receiving an award at the ASIFA-East Festival.
The Animation Pimp rediscovers Ryan Larkin and Chris Landreths intimate short film on the fallen star animator.
Henry Turner investigates the newest developments in motion capture and motion control, which brings the technology on-set. Includes a QuickTime movie clip from Hidalgo.
The Animation Pimp offers a very personal journey of self-discovery and advice as he eulogizes his grandfather.
Taylor Jessen reviews five short films fresh from the festival circuit: Maanvis (Moonfish) by Isabel Bouttens, Im A Star! By Stefan Stratil, How To Cope With Death directed by Ignacio Ferregras, How Mermaids Breed directed by Joan Ashworth and Chainsmoker directed by Ulf Lundgren. Includes QuickTime movie clips!