Sitemap - 2023 - Animation Obsessive
Gift Ideas for the Animation Inclined
'The Unofficial Art of Coraline' Returns
Animating with Glass
Standout Films for Free
The (Unofficial) Art of 'Coraline'
How Satoshi Kon Storyboarded 'Millennium Actress'
An Interview with Katsuhiro Otomo
A TV Ad Created Independent Animation
Perfecting Improv with Aardman
An Animation Visionary in Development Hell
A Hollywood Show Created Like an Independent Short
The Soviets, the Architect and Walt Disney
How They Shot Katsuhiro Otomo’s ‘Cannon Fodder’
Collage Animators in Their Own Words
Artist Resources We Love, Vol. 2
A Beautiful Sketchbook of a Film
The Avant-Garde Origins of 'Gumby'
Miyazaki, Takahata and 'The King and the Mockingbird'
Winning an Oscar, Losing Your Way
Storyboarding Around the World, Vol. 2
‘It’s Unbelievable That We Actually Pulled It Off’
The Fall of a Prince
The Art of Imperfection
'It Was a Pure Happiness for Me'
'And Walt Went Crazy'
Sixty Years Young
A Subtle Art with Visceral Power
The Strongest Girl in the World
The Other ‘Yellow Submarine’?
Art Directing 'Song of the Sea'
An Introduction to UPA
'We Did Not Know What Was Against the Rules'
The Phantom Legacy of Errol Le Cain
In-Betweening Is an Art Form
The Secrets of 'Magnetic Rose'
There's No Master Plan
The Making of 'The Last Unicorn'
The Birth of the 'Peanuts' Cartoon Series
'You Are Having a Festival for the Future'
Lin Wenxiao, the Outstanding Tiger General
Writing 'Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends'
But Is It Anime?
Four Magical Minutes from Cartoon Saloon
A Visual Tour of Toei Doga
'One Can Make a Film on a Kitchen Table'
When Two Drawings Are Plenty
How 'Chicken Run' Stayed Aardman
'The Cow': Paint in Motion
Animating an Oscar Winner (Secretly) Behind the Iron Curtain
Turning Points in Hungary
'Run, Melos!' Shows the Power of Animated Realism
Lotte Reiniger's Living Characters
Craig McCracken on Creativity
Storyboarding Around the World
'Quentin Tarantino Would Not Like It at All!'
Animation During the Cultural Revolution
A Masterwork by the Master of Mistakes
America's Outsourcing Machine
Animating 'Almost There' from 'The Princess and the Frog'
The Making of 'The Swallows of Kabul'
Wardell Gaynor, Cameraman
Hope, Small but Strong
Regular Rabbits and Thousands of Faces
Hayao Miyazaki on Running
'The Old Man and the Sea' Is a Tremendous Spectacle
The Art of the Animated Music Video, Vol. 2
'Hidari' Is Stop Motion of a Different Kind
The Silencing of 'Glass Harmonica'
Global Nuclear War with John and Faith Hubley
'Windy Day' Is Immortal
'Mexico Can Compete With Stop Motion'
Aardman's Perfect Improv
'The Man Who Planted Trees' Was an Impossible Task
Two Years of the Animation Obsessive Newsletter
The Wild Imagination of Mee's Forest
Who's Afraid of Norman McLaren?
When Rotoscoping Goes Very, Very Right
How to Paint Like Hayao Miyazaki
The Surreal Whimsy of 'Tortov Roddle'
A Very Famous Man
The Bomb That Is 'The Bath'
Dark Visions in Walnut Wood
The Low-Key Power of 'The Portrait Studio'
'I Mainly Do It for Emotional Effect'