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Autodesk Launches SketchBook Pro 7

by Alex Beanon August 6, 2014
Digital artists rejoice! Autodesk has launched SketchBook 7 Pro for Windows and Mac, as well as a new membership offering for their digital and painting apps. SketchBook Pro 7 boasts new community-requested features including Perspective Guides with 1 point, 2 point, 3 point, and Fisheye modes; Flipbook mode with animation timeline; a new drawing engine; […]

The Legend of Korra – “The Stakeout” – Episode 35 Recap

by Neo Yion August 5, 2014
As Team Avatar pursues the traitor Aiwei, Korra discovers what Zaheer’s true plans are. As a whole, “The Stakeout” is a decent episode. Mako’s detective skills are put to good use as he leads the team on a stake out against Aiwei when the latter hides out in Misty Palm Oasis. Asami has a significant […]

The Amazing World Of Gumball – “The Gripes” Recap

by Joshua Baileyon August 5, 2014
Gumball’s bad mood causes the entire town to think he and Darwin are deserving of charity. This was an interesting episode. I didn’t quite like it as much as other episodes, as I found the “complaining” voices to be a bit grating and felt that the “B” plot was more enjoyable than the “A” plot, […]

Assassin’s Creed: Rogue Trailer

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2014
The trailer for video game “Assassin’s Creed: Rogue” [release date: November 11, 2014] has been unveiled by gammeaker Ubisoft

Smith Micro Debuts Animation Apps For Unity Game Devs

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2014
Smith Micro Software has announced new versions of its Poser and Anime Studio software designed to help Unity game developers create and integrate 2D and 3D content directly into their projects. New Poser Pro Game Dev allows content developers to quickly transform high resolution Poser 3D characters into efficient assets suitable for real-time gaming while […]

Golden Globes Changes Animation Category Rules

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2014
The Hollywood Foreign Press – which operates the annual Golden Globe Awards – has changed the eligibility rules for its animation categories. The first major rule change was defining what constituted an “animated” movie and the Golden Globes settled on a film having to be at least 75% animated – where “the work is done […]

Puss In Boots Goes To Singapore

by Alex Beanon August 5, 2014
In a deal with DreamWorks Animation, Universal Parks Singapore will be debuting a special Puss in Boots-themed rollercoaster and stage show at the theme park. The rollercoaster will be called Puss in Boots’ Giant Journey and involve a magic beanstalk wrapped around a giant castle while the 20-minute stage show will be called “The Dance […]

Sony Prepping Female Superhero Movie For 2017

by Alex Beanon August 4, 2014
Sony is preparing a female-themed superhero movie with the female superhero expected to come from the Spider-Man universe of characters. Candidates for who that might be range from Black Cat to Firestar to Spider-Woman with no clear-cut favorite at this point. Sony is expecting to have a 2017 release date for their female superhero movie. […]

Disney Releasing Mary Poppins Legacy Collection CDs

by Alex Beanon August 4, 2014
In time for the 50th anniversary of the film, Disney is releasing the three-disc Mary Poppins Legacy Collection of collectible CDs. The Mary Poppins Collection will consist of more than 2.5 hours of the original soundtrack, demos, newly recorded versions, cast and filmmaker interviews and a 20-page booklet as well as audio of Mary Poppins’ […]

Gotham Trailer- The Good. The Evil. The Beginning.

by Alex Beanon August 4, 2014
A new trailer for the upcoming Batman-themed television drama series “Gotham” [Debut date: September 22, 2014] on Fox gives glimpses of many of the villains who will be making appearances during th ecourse of the series…