We are glad to hear Sergio Pablos and Klaus are in Cartoon Brew’s ranking of their most popular stories from the past year.
“Sergio Pablos Talks About His Stunning Hand-Drawn Project ‘Klaus’”, from January 2015, was one of the most clicked posts of Cartoon Brew with over 150 comments.
Check out their latest post: “The 40 Most Popular Cartoon Brew Posts of 2015“.
On the other hand, Sergio Pablos stunned the animation world with his Klaus trailer, Anomalisa pushed stop motion storytelling to new heights, and the Chinese animation/vfx industry scored big wins with Monkey King: Hero is Back and Monster Hunt.
The animation industry is expanding globally at an unprecedented rate — just take a peek at some of next year’s animated features. Animation software is more accessible than ever before and portable tablets are becoming indispensable for many artists. Animation is growing in other ways, too, as the American industry struggles to be more inclusive and address the glaring lack of women and minorities in key creative positions.
Cartoon Brew remains committed to its role as the only industry resource that covers the ever-evolving global animation scene with integrity and transparency. We’re growing, too, adding more contributors to the site this year than ever before, and we’re committed to continued expansion in 2016.
In the meantime, here’s a look at our stories from the past year that you clicked on the most:
32. Harvey Beaks Creator C.H. Greenblatt on How to Break Into The Biz and Why Artists Should Post on Tumblr
Source: Cartoon Brew. Written by Amid Amidi |