All Episodes

Saga of Rex #77

A Toon Boom animation with its own saga, made by a very enterprising VFX animator!

What is a MAP? #76

All about Multiple Animator Projects, how to join, how to host, and their history.

Gildedguy vs Bog #75

An excellent fight animation that shows how spacing in animation makes great action sequences.

Huion WH1409 #74

This is the type of tablet I recommend for people getting their first drawing tablet and for artists who travel.

Nichijou #73

Investigating a sneaky scene from Nichijou that switches between 3D and 2D animation.

Bloody Bunny #72

Animating to sell toys and combining 2D effects with 3D animation for action-packed fight sequences.

C2C Delta #70

The C2C Delta music video deals with shadows in 2D animation.

Rejected #69

One of Don Hertzfeldt’s earlier cartoons that inspired a generation of nonsensical animations and memes. Rejected is made with a rostrum camera.

Spirit Riding Free #68

Dreamworks crushes and spits on their animated horse movie Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron.

Kaizo Trap #62

It’s a trap! A look behind this genius animation by Guy Collins.

SIAMES “The Wolf” #60

Black and white music video “The Wolf” uses sakuga, positive space, and negative space to draw your attention.

Double King #59

A fun, fluid animation about a king. Lessons on “twinning” in animation and Flash’s pencil tool.

A Prank Time #57

This insane animation has plenty of crazy perspectives and character distortions.

Pikapetey and Stop Motion #54

Expect FIRE. Guest animator Pikapetey raises Scribble Kibble’s production standards too high by animating this episode about his stop motion cartoon Roasted Raccoon.

How to Cook a Spicy Meme #49

Characters, ideas, and music blend together into a rich, creamy meme soup for you to enjoy at home or on the go!

Tarboy #48

Tarboy is still amazing by today’s Flash animation standards. It even makes use of the little-known 3D tools.

Missing Halloween #45

A creepy black and white animated feature for the end of October. How to tell if a 2D animation is actually 3D.