I keep expecting the 3D animation glut to happen. So where is it? I've heard rumors of dozens (and estimates of hundreds) of 3D projects in development over the past 3 years, all threatening to make 3D cheaper than the worst days of '80's saturday morning animation. But so far all I've seen the release of films from the usual suspects. "In the Barnyard", the Lego/GIJoe toy vids and "Chicken Little" being the only potential "new" entries in the field recently.
Even Saturday morning (and cartoon network) only has one or two 3d pieces, nothing more than what were being produced by Mainframe.
There was one with Brad Pit as a lizard man getting alot of press out of Atlanta (?) that I haven't heard anything of for several years now.
So where are they? What happened? Any solid industry dirt? Or they still "just around the corner"?
Mostly I'm just curious; interested in the health of the industry.