Spirited Away is hands down one of my favorite works by Miyazaki. It’s one of those that just takes me to a whole new dimension – more than usual. And while I don’t play Minecraft (I know, travesty!), I think that the creations of its players are worthy of praise. Take this rendition in Minecraft. […]
Having read a lot of anime reviews and general opinions on anime, I’ve come to notice that a lot of people tend to describe animation or production quality as “good” or “bad” without going into any specifics. In order to help make reviews and opinions on animation quality less confusing, here are just some examples […]
Paperman is an astounding innovation in animation, melding the charms of hand-drawn animation with computer animation, creating the kind of mesmerizing love story Walt Disney would have loved.
Are Doctor Who‘s TARDIS and Back to the Future‘s DeLorean the two most iconic time machines ever? This clever mashup — starring the Doctor and his friends as Marty McFly’s peeps — goes a long way toward cementing both.
What would happen if you mashed up the original Deus Ex with high-quality Ghost In the Shell-style animation? This.
Coolness! Visual effects house Method Studios created the “main-on-end” title sequence that plays immediately after The Avengers ends (but right before the much-discussed prologue). And they’ve posted their work online, in its entirety, so you can truly appreciate their painstaking attention to detail. (Note: this post contains no spoilers.)
When it comes to keeping fans happy, LEGO is on a roll. It seems like every week, LEGO announces some new product or feature that pays service to its base of hardcore fans. Their latest goodie: a free iPhone app that makes it super simple to film your own stop-motion LEGO movies.
You may get a Terminator vibe from Ruin, a new short film from indie animation studio Oddball Animation. But don’t worry — this is anything but a rip-off. It’s one of the coolest animated films I’ve ever seen.
Through the power of computer generated imagery, one fan has created the ultimate smackdown between superhero titans: Superman and Hulk.
Step back, contenders. I think we have found the world’s biggest Arnold Schwarzenegger fans. This trilogy of short animated films, inspired by the Governator himself, were hand-drawn with highlighters used for color.