2Day in Animation Launches

Being a fan of the fine art of parody, it is only fitting that I pass along news of a new website called 2Day in Animation. Taking a cue from world-renowned news source, The Onion, 2Day in Animation is filled with almost-true stories within the animation industry at large. Headlines include: Banks on High Alert […]

The Underlying Reason Why Kaboing TV Failed To Take Off

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 include: lack of viewers/eyeballs lack of new content poor site design original content not optimised for the web etc. While all of these are valid points, they […]

11 More Animation Blogs That Everyone Ought to Read

Dave Levy recently posted a list of the animation websites he reads on a daily basis (and his blog should most definitely be in your bookmarks already). Seeing as he is a man of good taste, there is no need to amend his list. Indeed, you should check it out to make sure you are […]

One Look At These Posters And You’ll Visit Film On Paper Too

If you’re not even a wee bit jealous of Eddie Shannon, then you’re clearly not into movie posters. Film on Paper is his website where he is archiving his entire collection (literally thousands) and it is by far the most fascinating that I have come across. Filled with rare and foreign versions, the site includes […]

Ten Rock Solid Reasons To Read Floyd Norman’s Blog Every Day

Floyd’s been around a while, so he knows just about everything there is to know about animation. His Disney knowledge is exquisite and magnificent in it’s depth and detail. He keeps things short and sweet but never skimps on the details. He has plenty of stories to tell about the old days, which make for […]

Weekly Weblink: The Mega-Awesome Kt Shy

As I’ve mentioned before, I follow a lot of blogs of various kinds, but my favourite ones are undoubtedly the illustration and sktech ones. The reason is simple, they always contain tons of great pictures and the very nature of them means they are updated relatively frequently with fantastic new works. One of my very […]

Joe Murray is Moving In New Directions And So Should You

Via: KaboingTV.com Joe Murray (erstwhile creator of Rocko’s Modern Life and Camp Lazlo) has announced that his fledgling online TV network, KaboingTV, will make its grand premiere on March 11th. In case you didn’t know, KaboingTV is Joe’s attempt at creating an online TV station devoted solely to cartoons and also passing more moolah back […]

Weekly Weblink: The Character Design Blog

A bit early I know, but that’s just because tomorrow is B-Day or Blog Day, when I finally get around to making some major changes to the site. Seeing as I have the time now and maybe not tomorrow, I’m posting this today! Character design is one of the more exciting areas in animation (I […]