Monthly Archives: August 2018

Animated Views IV: A New Hope

Welcome to the all-new Animated Views! While we’ve overhauled the site three times previously in our history, the last major revision was way back in 2009! Nine years might as well be forever in internet-time! We’ve known for awhile that we were starting to look a little dated. So for several years we’ve discussed and […]

2018 San Diego Comic Con Exclusive

There’s nothing like July in San Diego, California as hundreds of thousands flock to the city for the mecca of comics books and pop culture that is the San Diego Comic Con. From July 18-21, 2018, downtown was the hotbed of entertainment. From comic books to movies to television to video games to animation and […]

How To Pitch And Sell An Animated Series: Part 1 (Setting Up)

Practical advice for creating and delivering a killer animation pitch. The post How To Pitch And Sell An Animated Series: Part 1 (Setting Up) appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Mexican Animated Feature ‘A Wizard’s Tale’ Launches In U.S. On September 14

“A Wizard’s Tale” will have a theatrical and VOD day-and-date launch in the U.S. The post Mexican Animated Feature ‘A Wizard’s Tale’ Launches In U.S. On September 14 appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

The Largest Global Gathering Of ‘Shrek’ Enthusiasts Will Take Place This Sunday In Wisconsin

Shrekfest is five years old! The post The Largest Global Gathering Of ‘Shrek’ Enthusiasts Will Take Place This Sunday In Wisconsin appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Short Pick Of The Day: ‘Annihilation Song’ by Amanda Bonaiuto

A woman is swept up by pelicans and chaos in an afternoon rideshare. The post Short Pick Of The Day: ‘Annihilation Song’ by Amanda Bonaiuto appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

Why you cried at the end of Coco

SVA MFA Computer Arts Students Share Their Summer Internships

Students from School of Visual Arts’s MFA Computer Arts department share what they learned at their summer internships. The post SVA MFA Computer Arts Students Share Their Summer Internships appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

How 2D Tools Let You Go 3D

The debate about 2d versus 3d animation is becoming increasingly irrelevant as more artists use an integrated 2d/3d approach thanks to the new generation of powerful animation tools. The post How 2D Tools Let You Go 3D appeared first on Cartoon Brew.

The View Conference 2018 complete program now announced

Torino, Italy – The program is now set for Italy’s largest digital media conference, October 22 to 26, with award-winning speakers and workshop leaders presenting their work in visual effects, virtual reality, film scoring and sound, storytelling, art direction, photography, animation, games, and multimedia. “I’m extremely excited to present the full program for VIEW 2018,” […]