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TAAFI Maarket Booth Pics! Today’s Guests: Kris Pearn, FunkFuzz, Jon Ng, Joel MacKenzie, Lillian Chan, Kaj Pindal!

The Animation All-Stars booth at this year’s TAAFI Maarket is a hit. I’m calling it. Yesterday’s turnout was amazing. Despite a few slow patches, we had a pretty steady stream of fans stopping by to say hi to our lineup…

technical difficulties abound.

Apologies to any and all who are visiting the site. During some routine maintenance, we hit a little snafu, and lost the customizations to the WordPress template we’ve been using for eons. Hopefully, things will be back to normal soon.…

CAR Funding Drive, approaching zero hour.

Ok gang, this’ll probably be my last update as the Funding Drive counts down over the course of the next 17 hours.  A big shout out to all those who jumped on board in the last couple of days.  Thank…

CAR Funding Drive, 4 days to go!

To be fair, I haven’t really been pushing this thing.  I don’t want to be the guy running around bugging my readers for cash.  That being said, I’ve only got four days to go to run around and bug my…

30 Second Films update

A few weeks ago, I announced a project that we’ve undertaken here at Canadian Animation Resources, the 30 Second Film Challenge.  The Challenge involves a group of recent grads from Algonquin College’s animation program here in Ottawa setting out to…

blogroll update

Added a few more to the list: Ryan Wright Megan Kearney Rich Dannys Carla Veldman Carrie Mombourquette Ginny Milling Vanessa Stefaniuk Gerry Cleary Capilano University Animation Alumni blog and the brotherboxer blog (for purposes of transparency, it’s me and Tavis…

More blogroll updates

Thanks for all the responses to my shout out for art blogs!  I’m adding a few today, and please be patient, if yours isn’t up yet, it will be soon.  blogspot is screwing with me a bit, and I can’t…

blogroll update

We’ve just added a few names to our blogroll, and they’re doozies. Graham Falk (creator of Untalkative Bunny), Dave Cooper, Bob Jaques’ Popeye Animators blog, and Marc Bell.  Marc’s got less of a connection to animation than the others, but…

sitestuff: New Vimeo Channel

Hi gang! I’m trying to get a few features added/updated here, so please be patient.  As things get done, we’ll keep you updated.  For today, go check out our Vimeo Channel.  There’s a fair bit on there that’ll be familiar…

In Transit

Note to readers:  I’m taking a holiday.  First one in a looooong time.  Two weeks in Newfoundland. But… I’ll still be updating the site.  I won’t be on it 24/7, but I’ll be here.  So be patient, updates will continue,…

Site News: Welcome to new sponsors!

I just want to take a moment here to acknowledge all our sponsors here at Canadian Animation Resources.  If you, my readers, have a moment, click on any of the links you see in the sidebars or at the top…

press release: Teletoon launching Bolts and Blip

TELETOON LAUNCHES INTO SPACE WITH FUTURISTIC COMEDY-ADVENTURE SERIES BOLTS & BLIP World premiere of Bolts & Blip set for Monday, June 28 at 9:25 a.m. ET/PT Toronto, June 14, 2010 – TELETOON is amping up its summer programming with Bolts…

blogroll update

May 31, 2010 Just wanted to mention a few new additions to the blogroll.  Four of my students from Algonquin College: Mike Collymore, Cassie Young, Brian Grzech, and Natasha Armolavicius.  Also, Kevin Parry (awesome stopmo from Sheridan), and Jon Izen…

funding drive update

Well,  midpoint of week two.  Things have cooled a bit.  I’m busy trying to nail down the commercial sponsors right now, which will take some time, but I’m hoping to hear back from one or two of you today.  I…

Support the ‘Source!

This Saturday, May 8th, will be our first anniversary here at www.canadiananimationresources.ca.  Before that, we were a hacked-together bunch of blog pages for about a year, and even before that, a simple Facebook Group.  The site has come a long…

technical difficulties

Just a quick shout out to anyone who has emailed me over the past few days.  I had a snafu with my email and lost all received messages from about the 28th of April to this morning.  I apologize to…

technical diffficulties

Apologies to anyone who popped by yesterday for their daily dose of Canadian-skewed animation goodness,  only to find themselves looking at Chinese television programming or being offered an online education in firearms repair.  It seems there was some malicious code…