YOU SAY PARTY just released a new music video for their song “Underside”. The video was directed by Jeremy Rubier and was shot entirely in Japan. The inspiration for the video is Studio Ghibli & Hayao Miyazaki (My Neighbour Totoro, Spirited Away, Ponyo). Watch below: Posted by @adamahaha
The Canadian indie-pop veterans explore Japan for a fantastical travelogue.
Disneyland’s soaring annual ticket prices might be worth it as the park will finally bring Toy Story to life at Disney Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL. In addition, rumors have surfaced about the Ghibli Studio Classic My Neighbor Totoro getting a ride of its very own. Show More Summary
Intriguing Headline of the Day: The Great Barrier Reef’s Best Hope is a Killer Robot It doesn't happen often, but sometimes you get a really good picture of everyone. An artist gave some popular Studio Ghibli characters an art nouveau...Show More Summary
If you've just seen the trailer for the new, Japan-originated Godzilla movie, Godzilla Resurgence, you might have been surprised to find that none other than Hideaki Anno and Shinji Higuchi are collaborating on the film. That's not entirely...Show More Summary
From 'Kill Bill' to Studio Ghibli, Markus Prime relates to film's the most culture-spanning characters by drawing them with dark skin and kinky hair.
Toonz, the software used to create Studio Ghibli films like Spirited Away and TV shows like Steven Universe and Futurama, is now OpenToonz. It’s open source and free for any budding animator to download and use. Read more...
If 'Kariba' is any indication, South Africa's booming animation scene may soon have it's very own Miyazakis.
If you've ever wanted to get your hands on some professional, industry backed animation software for free, now's your chance! Read more on MAKE The post The Animation Software That Brought You Studio Ghibli Films Is Now Open Source appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers.
As the tiny LEGO version of the castle in the sky rotates, a music box beneath is playing the theme tune of the Studio Ghibli classic. Read more...
The Toonz animation software used by Studio Ghibli, mak […]
Fans of Japanese anime will almost certainly have heard of Studio Ghibli, the firm behind iconic titles like Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away. Studio Ghibli used a piece of animation software called Toonz […]
Studio Ghibli has captured the minds of many viewers over of the years. And now they have decided to share the secrets behind their flawless movies with the fans. The software used in Studio Ghibli movies like Princess Mononoke and Spirited Away is called Toonz and it will soon be available for used. Show More Summary
Fledging animators can now use the same program as Hayao Miyazaki.
Are you the next Hayao Miyazaki? Now you'll have the tools to find out.
There are a lot of hurdles you have to be able to get over if you want to make cartoons, especially in world where the medium was already perfected by Adult Swim’s Frisky Dingo. For one thing, you need some semblance of artistic talent, or at least a style that is consistent enough that other people will assume you have talent. Show More Summary
Toonz creates software you’ve probably never heard of but you’ve likely seen countless TV shows and movies made using its products. The company’s main product is a piece of enterprise animation software that helps with scanning and cleanup of drawings, editing, animation and compositing. Show More Summary
Perhaps, you’ve heard the scary theory that Totoro is really the god of death. Studio Ghibli might deny that (ha!), but there’s no denying that this recut trailer sure is creepy. Read more...
Proving once again that whatever it touches turns to gold, acclaimed Japanese production house Studio Ghibli, adapted a 12th century picture scroll into a magnificent aniamted short. While you'll still have to wait months before itsShow More Summary
A Studio Ghibli film festival, Sunflower Bean and GoldLink highlight this week's Top Stops.