Available for download June 24, the interactive studio’s fantasy adventure will be supported on Valve’s Steam VR, Oculus Rift, and Quest by Facebook; 9-part Vlog series will also be released.
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Studio’s first original digital series will dop new episodes every Saturday for next 40 weeks starting June 5; ‘Minions: the Rise of Gru’ animated comedy coming Summer 2022.
Creator of animated series ‘Cooking with Wool’ uses wool and patience to develop characters for stop-motion animated films; projects include ‘Elder,’ a commercial piece that explores live-in care, and her award-winning short ‘Tulip.’
The cute, lovable, but violent characters, Gloomy and Pity, jump from the toy shelf to the screen in new animated series; set to air on Tokyo MX station in Japan, global fans can check out the episodes on Gloomy’s YouTube, Twitter, and Instagram.
Streamer shares images and synopsis of new projects, part of an aggressive animation programming expansion that includes orders for ‘Clone High,’ ‘Velma,’ and ‘Fired on Mars’ as well as a two season ‘Close Enough’ renewal also announced today.
Deal with the award-winning Studio Ghibli marks an extension of long-term partnership; US based distributer already handles famed animation studio’s North America theatrical and home video rights.
The Clip Studio Paint software developer launches an illustration contest to support and encourage artists worldwide; enter by posting work to Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to enter; submission deadline is January 14, 2021.
Tech startup’s new AI-powered platform kicks off targeted social media challenge; upload and transform your 2D videos into 3D animation, then post on Tik Tok or Instagram to compete for prizes and free subscriptions.
Berlin-based 3D animator Stacie Ant takes a minimalist approach to capture the Swedish alt-pop star as an avatar in a state of unbalance and overwhelming emotion.
New animated series takes on contemporary meme culture; two employees distract themselves at work by watching and making fun of DTM’s vast library of viral video content.
Birthed in quarantine by Arlene Klasky, the show will release new episodes twice weekly through 2021 on the studio’s YouTube Channel and Official Instagram.
Studio challenges aspiring character animators to create their own 10-20 second animation; entry deadline is August 15, 2020.
Alvaro Garcia Gonzalez’s latest short captures the animated hopes and dreams of the coronavirus fighter in all of us, especially those who play flamenco guitar.
New 2D special features the voices of Dick and Dom, reprising their roles from the live-action ‘Horrid Henry: The Movie.’
For Vitaly Nikolaev and Veronika Nikolaeva, one animated Will Smith Instagram piece opened the door to a number of promo projects that bring positive online vibes to their artist clients.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone extend their Emmy Award-winning series through Season 26; new season set to debut September 25 on Comedy Central.
Tiny Industries joins studio's roster; Tiny Chef creators recently partnered with Ron Howard and Brian Grazer’s Imagine Entertainment to develop content.
Deep Learning and AI will certainly continue making inroads into VFX production, but they are merely tools, there to be our creative servant, not our master.
The world’s fiercest kitty invites kids around the world to unlock a new battle ground on Netflix in original animated interactive series.
Live-action short-form puppet comedy created by Ben Bayouth and developed with head writer Adam Aseraf available now on the recently launched Comedy Central Originals YouTube channel.
Oscar-winning ‘Frozen’ writer-director Jennifer Lee is one of the talented women being featured in #DreamBigPrincess film series, part of UN Foundation Girl Up initiative.
Contest offers prizes to artists who replicate materials from the company’s Mattershots Instagram inspiration channel.
Join illustrator Dacosta Bayley (aka Chocolate Soop) in the March of Robots in a month-long drawing challenge.
Digital puppetry series about a father and son who just can’t seem to connect was created by special effects artist Ben Bayouth, who also designed and built the puppets and voices Blark, the father alongside son Christopher Mintz-Plasse.