The Underlying Reason Why Kaboing TV Failed To Take Off

Saturday, January 28, 2012

Much debate has taken place over the last few days in regards to the current status as future of Joe Murray’s Kaboing TV project. The site’s apparent failures…

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Thoughts on Brand Mascots As Characters

Sunday, December 18, 2011

They’ve been around for years and for many, they’re a part of their childhood, or even their entire lives (I’m looking at you, Snap, Crackle and Pop), but…

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“Why don’t more animators use tumblr?” Is The Wrong Question to Ask

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

 Via: The Rauch Bros. Tumblelog Fred Seibert has opined that more animators should be using Tumblr as a platform for their art. I do not disagree with this…

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Niko Anesti’s Thoughts on Anime

Sunday, November 20, 2011

No Character Sunday post today as I didn’t have one lined up and I was gallivanting in New York City yesterday. Now I’ll be the first to admit…

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It’s Time To Stop Making Lists of Top Animated Films

Friday, November 11, 2011

Yoinked from Animated Review’s Top 100 Aniamted Movies post Let’s be honest, animation is not a genre. It is, as Richard O’Connor calls it, a technique, and a…

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Shea Fontana On Death in Cartoons

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

 Via: Grimadventures.wikia.com Yesterday, Shea Fontana (talented animation writer) posted over on Tumblr about how she’s finally getting around to reading the final Harry Potter book. She mentions that…

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Four Signs We’re Possibly in an Animation Bubble Right Now

Monday, October 17, 2011

I’ll be honest, this post was not used as an excuse to post a picture of Bubbles. Over the past number of years, we’ve slowly seen animation come…

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My Two Cents on Digital Projection Technology

Sunday, August 7, 2011

It provides a crisper, clearer picture than the traditional 35mm film. So does a HD plasma screen TV. The bottom line: If I wanted to watch a digital…

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American 3D Audiences Have It Lucky

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Not animation-related per se, but relevant to movie-going nonethless. While over beyond, we went to see the last installment of the Harry Potter series. While the film was…

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Yes, Animation Can Make For Fine Art

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

There are plenty of people who collect animation artifacts. I would be one of them if only I had the money (Bob Cowan does, however, because he’s retired….

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Has the Rise of the Children’s Networks Contributed to Obesity in Kids?

Thursday, June 23, 2011

It’s something I want you to dwell on for right now (I’ll do a full post in a wee bit), but does the fact that there are three…

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