Last week TheAnimationBlog.com reached an important milestone — its 10th anniversary. Ten years ago, on March 1, 2007, TheAnimationBlog.com was born with one goal: provide animation fans with an easy way to watch the internet’s best animated short films.
5,300+ blog entries later, The Animation Blog is still online thanks to you, the loyal fans. I want to thank you all for your support. And thanks to all the filmmakers from around the world who submit their short films — your talent amazes and surprises me daily and I’m honored to help share your work.
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Nine years ago today, on March 1, 2007, TheAnimationBlog.com was born. 4,600 blog entries later, The Animation Blog is still chugging along. I want to thank you all for your support. And I want to thank all the wonderful artists who submit their short films — you’re all incredibly talented and I’m honored to help promote your work.
As a reminder, you can follow The Animation Blog on twitter @animation_blog. And if you would like to donate money to help pay for our ongoing hosting and domain fees, please use the button below. Any amount is greatly appreciated.
Eight years ago today, on March 1, 2007, TheAnimationBlog.com was born. Almost 4,000 blog entries later, The Animation Blog is still going strong. I want to thank each and every one you. Your support means the world to me. It’s an honor for me to share all these wonderful short films with you. It’s a great thrill when I get daily submissions from all over the world. You’re all incredibly talented.
As a reminder, there’s an Animation Blog twitter account you can follow: @animation_blog. And if you would like to donate money to help pay for our monthly hosting and yearly domain fees, please use the button below. Any amount would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for visiting. Please stick around for another 8 years.
A short while back the RSS feed for The Animation Blog went down. It appears that everything is back to normal now, except for the fact that we used to have 600+ RSS subscribers and due to the RSS malfunction, the subs dropped down to the current total you see in the menu. It sucks, but it’s okay. I’m sure that in time we’ll get back to normal. Nothing has changed here at The Animation Blog. We still provide the same quality, curated animated short films and music videos that you’ve grown accustomed to in the past 5+ years.
So subscribe to the RSS feed again. Or if you’ve outgrown RSS, feel free to follow the Twitter feed! Simply click the links in the menu.
Thanks everyone, for your continued support.
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Written by Robert Appleton, Chair of New York Film Academy’s Animation School.
As a classically trained artist whose development as a painter and graphic artist began long before the advent of the personal computer I am often debating where we stand in the realm the 3D computer art in relation to the development of painting (at least from 1400 through to 1900), and specifically in this article that of 3D organic modeling.
Yellow Sky is a non-animated short film that I, Hector Cortez, founder of The Animation Blog, wrote and directed. It would mean a lot to me if you all would take 6 minutes of your day to watch it and if you like it, please share it with your friends and Like the film on Facebook.com/yellowskyfilm. Thank you.
Five years ago today, on the afternoon of March 1, 2007, The Animation Blog was born spontaneously when I was searching for a website dedicated to animated short films. Not satisfied with my findings, I decided to make my own. Fast forward to the present day and almost 2,000 blog entries later, The Animation Blog now has a dedicated readership which includes ~600 RSS subscribers and thousands of monthly visitors. I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every one you. Without you, the reader, this blog would have shut down long ago. So I thank you, very much.