Instead of highlighting one great animation website this week, I’m sharing seven posts from some of my favorite animation blogs.
Nora Lumiere of Animated Writings makes some excellent points about Spielberg’s upcoming Tintin movie and motion capture in general.
Thinking of seeing the 3D version of The Lion King or the very limited 3D release of Beauty and the Beast? Jerry Beck tells you what you can expect when seeing modern Disney classics in 3D over at Cartoon Brew.
If you want to learn more about how hand-drawn films become 3D these days, The Animation Blog has , the man who got Simba, Mufasa, and Scar to jump off the screen.
Back in the USA, Tim Finn’s blog A Real American Book! has been sharing storyboards from “The Rotten Egg” – an episode of the 1980s G.I. Joe series. Once you’ve looked at those check out this post for an additional five pages of storyboards.
From the next decade, we get a list of the 11 best Gargoyles episodes from Greg’s Blog of Clue-by-Fours. The list is sure to spark memories discussion if you’ve watched the series and is a great incentive for those who haven’t to check it out.
Happy Birthday, Fred Moore! This past Wednesday would have been the 100th birthday of the man largely responsible for Mickey Mouse’s modern look, among other great achievements at Disney. Andreas Deja celebrates with a selection of Fred Moore artwork over at Deja View.
Got more blogs or blog articles that I should check out? Let me know about them in the comments.