I need a bit of technical direction from those of you who are more experienced with streaming video. My dad’s funeral service is Sunday morning and many of his family and friends who live outside of the US have asked if there was a way to stream the service live. The abbot has no objections, […]
The Doozies creator Tom Gammill produces another great Learn to Draw. In this episode, Tom visits Arnold Roth and his wife Caroline in New York City. This was originally debuted at the NCS Reuben Award weekend. If you’re not familiar with Tom’s Learn to Draw series, get a cup of your favorite beverage and sit […]
Joe Murray( Rocko’s Modern Life/Camp Lazlo) with the help of Kickstarter, has launched an all animated web channel called KaboingTV . The mission of KaboingTV is to provide an alternative channel for quality animation that serves both the cartoon fan, and the animation community of artists and writers. The first series to premiere on KaboingTV […]
Tom Gammill is back – this time at the Center for Cartoon Studies.
Funny stuff and Valentines Day Appropriate
Fun fan made short by Disney animator Robb Pratt. Only wish there was more.
Alternative cartoonist Howard Cruse has posted a video of his holiday greeting cartoon.
It’s been awhile since Tom Gammill has released a “Learn to Draw” video, so I was pleasantly surprised to see the latest one created for the “Evening with Matt Groening” at the Festival of Cartoon Art. It obviously stars The Simpson’s creator Matt Groening.
This trailer makes me less excited to see it than the first. More Yogi Bear Videos
A funny (somewhat predictable video) starring New Yorker cartoon editor Bob Mankoff on what it’s like to be him.
Alumni from Saturday Night Live of years past have launched a video comic strip series called “Beyond the Comics” which is aimed at online newspapers across the US. The feature launched today in seven papers. To achieve financial viability, the feature needs to sign up 200-500 papers. The participants include David Spade, Molly Shannon, Sarah […]
Interesting to see some familiar faces 22 years ago.
Based on the content, this was probably first broadcast soon after Mark Fiore won the Pulitzer.
For some reason, R. Stevens comes to mind when I watch this.
I received an email from one of our regulars pointing out that when I used the phrase “First it was Scott Stantis, now Richard Thompson has posted a quick draw” in yesterday’s post that Scott wasn’t really the first to post a quick sketch. I agree. Bad writing on my behalf. In fact, those videos […]