I'd like to thank a commenter named Raff who pointed me to this Patton Oswalt speech given at the Just for Laughs festival in Montreal in 2012.I envy stand-up comedians for two reasons. First, they get to deliver their work in real time, as opposed to animators who work for weeks, months or years before it reaches an audience. Second, there is nothing
Any exhibition that “…aims to demonstrate the centrality of animation to contemporary global culture…” is worth our attention, and the UK's Barbican Centre-produced “Watch Me Move: The Animation Show” has been doing that at museum venues since 2011. This June, it comes to the Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville.
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Five million people watched the Weebl’s Stuff music video Russian Dancing Men, which was animated by Peabo back in 2010. So its comes as no surprise that they’ve decided to create a series around these red, mustacheod commies. First up is a look back at the 2014 Winter Olympics, animated by Kreid. Did anyone catch ...
Salty Dog Pictures is the first Irish studio to use the Toon Boom pipeline for series production Dublin’s Salty Dog Pictures is using Toon Boom Storyboard Pro and Harmony on Rocka-Bye Island, a 2D cartoon series for three to six years old. The series is a stepping-stone for children as they move towards formal schooling. Rocka-Bye Island makes use of uses
TONIGHT: An evening with Don Hertzfeldt, Toronto, March 5th