Category Archives: Animation
Phil Tippet is using Kickstarter to fund the completion of his Mad God stop-motion film. It’s well worth watching the pitch video to see some of the awesome sets, characters and animation that’s been created already. Nice to hear him … Continue reading
This is so cool, I didn’t realize that someone ported Norman to Blender. Nice to see Creative Commons in action! I’ve been playing a bit with Blender recently, it’s a really impressive piece of software for being free and open … Continue reading
This is Dotty, one of the neighborhood greyhounds.
I had no idea this existed:
Some friends from Tippett have started a new service called Reel Feedback, where students, new graduates, and animators looking for work can get their reel thoroughly critiqued by industry professionals. Check out the site, I know the guys and they’re … Continue reading
Timothy Hittle released a new short starring Jay Clay and his dog Blue. A couple years ago I bought a Jay Clay DVD directly from Timothy after I saw a clip online or at a festival or something, I can’t … Continue reading
A few of my friends who I worked with at Tippett have been doing some great hand drawn animation. First Jim Brown, who did a drawing a day last year, decided this year to do an animation a week. Every … Continue reading
If you want a preview of The Secret of the Unicorn, and you don’t have the comic books handy, take a look at the Tintin cartoon that aired in the early 1990’s. Full episodes are on youtube.
Tom Gibbons has put the first part of his animated film, The Hunger Artist, online. Gibby’s a bitchin’ animator and ping-pong player who I worked with at Tippett, and this short is an amazing piece of old-school stop motion animation. … Continue reading