A few weeks back, we posted Yo Gabba Gabba! shorts from Hobo Divine and Parker Jacobs. Here’s two more Flash-animated clips from Nick Jr.’s new show to keep you busy.
Joel Trussell, the Knoxville-based animator/director behind War Photographer, put his stamp on This Is What The Summer Brings.
Nick Cross, a Canadian animator, created Kites Are Fun:Over on his blog, Cross is walking us through the process by which he produced this clip. First up, Pre-production.
Here’s a series of idents that Nickelodeon commissioned for the 2014 season. They were recently nominated for an Emmy award. The team used Flash and …
Graham Peterson and Pedro Eboli put Flash and After FX to work on this new short for Nickelodeon. It was part of the 2013 Nickelodeon …
A new Flash-animated Nickelodeon show is nearly out of the oven. Breadwinners, EP’d by Steve Borst and Gary DiRaffale (aka Gary Doodles), features the vocal …
Henrique Jardim, a storyboard artist and animator with experience at studios like Titmouse and Floyd County, has revealed a pilot he produced for Nickelodeon. American …
i’d love to work on gabba gabba! i used t give the aquabats my reel at their shows, but i couldn’t move to la when it all started. LAME!
*cough*if anyone needs help on a gabba gig lemme know!*cough*
Nick, thanks for posting the behind the scenes on your blog. I am stunned you produced such a beautiful animation in one month.
Dig that crazy sun, Joel! Awesome work!
And I’m with ::smo::, I’d jump at the chance to work on Yo Gabba Gabba.
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