Expect FIRE. Guest animator Pikapetey raises Scribble Kibble’s production standards too high by animating this episode about his stop motion cartoon Roasted Raccoon.
Ten different developers from around the world explain how to draw art and animations for 2D, 3D, and Virtual Reality video games.
A high quality 2D animated music video that rotoscopes on top of 3D models.
Kick off Scribble Kibble season two!
Scribbles answers your questions about animation and silly stuff with special guest CloudCuckooCountry as the narrator.
Characters, ideas, and music blend together into a rich, creamy meme soup for you to enjoy at home or on the go!
Tarboy is still amazing by today’s Flash animation standards. It even makes use of the little-known 3D tools.
Digging for hidden animation gems. This one is about frogs and rainbow effects.
A creepy black and white animated feature for the end of October. How to tell if a 2D animation is actually 3D.
The book I recommend for animation is always The Animator’s Survival Kit by Richard Williams.
A round of “Trademark!” the board game to show how trademark registration works, alongside a rule book of basic trademark laws.
Anamorphic camera lenses and old fashioned cartoons abound in Harvey Rothman’s animations.
So you want to animate on paper?
Today’s special at the Scribble Kibble inn and tavern: a musical tale, and whether or not it’s enough to be a “storyboard.”
Uncover your art skill, train to level up, or just enjoy the gallery of 1,200 drawings!
All about Betsy Lee’s original animated series No Evil: where those strange names come from, a storybook summary, and animation texture tricks.
Send a piece of art you made to be part of episode #39!
This tutorial shows multiple ways to animate textured 2D characters.
A spirit fox faces his greatest enemy with perfect harmony between music and animation, the art of eyes, and 2D special effects animation.
Hate’s Great, Best Villain! This Disney cartoon is drawn with more love for the art of animation and attention to comedy than any other.
Frame rates, how many images per second different kinds of animations have, and how many you can actually see.
Comparison of the original There She Is!! to the remaster and tricks for animating purely in Flash.
Recreating the fuzzy, lineless art style in an animation by Temmie Chang.
How to make three different types of lip sync for your animations.
How the game Transistor builds animated cut scenes out of detailed illustrations.
The two most important parts of writing an animated short: characters and world, both done well in an unexpected animation about sheep.
Inspecting bad writing in a semi-abstract animation about a tiger.
Learn how to save time making your own animations from a laughably idealistic McDonald’s anime.
Motion capture applied to animation.
A digital cartoon series made to look like an 80’s cartoon that features Star Fox characters.
How to make a bouncy animation like Mystery Skulls – Ghost.
A music video reminiscent of Scooby Doo with characteristically bouncy animation.