Author: Hiya, I need a little relationship advice… Me and my girlfriend have been in a relationship for a couple of weeks, but I just feel we need time away from each other. I know as my cat fursona, I can be independent. Her fursona is a wolf-dog and she can be very needy and […]
Author: Fred Fred Patten, the editor of Best in Show: Fifteen Years of Outstanding Furry Fiction (Sofawolf Press, July 2003; republished as Furry!); Already Among Us: An Anthropomorphic Anthology (Legion Printing, June 2012); and The Ursa Major Awards Anthology: A Tenth Anniversary Celebration (FurPlanet Productions, June 2012), will have a new anthology published by FurPlanet […]
Author: rolanfox BREMEN 130, a furry video production studio has released its first short film. Draw of the Beast chronicles the ordeal of a frontiersman from a few centuries ago. A bestial call from the forest haunts him in his dreams and in the real world. Will he answer? Find the full article here: flayrah […]
Author: Equivamp This is an essay of sorts written originally to be shared only among real-world friends due to questions I had been receiving about its content. However, since it relates to the furry fandom (or at least, my association with it), I decided to post it here. I’d like to make one thing perfectly clear: […]
Author: Fred The Cartoon Brew has posted the 3-minute “Typesetter Blues”, written by Pazit Cahlon and directed by character designer Hector Herrera of Toronto studio Together: Words + Pictures for Art and Culture. Anthropomorphic THINGS, or just really surrealistic character design? You decide. Find the full article here: flayrah – furry food for thought Creative […]
Author: Fred A confession: I have never really understood Estonian veteran animator Priit Pärn’s films. Animation buffs love them, but they leave me scratching my head. The Cartoon Brew website reports on Pärn’s current rare visit to NYC, where he is showing a retrospective of his animation to sold-out houses. In honor of the event, […]
Author: Fred Forgive me; there is nothing anthropomorphic about this latest animation of Rossini’s William Tell Overture, a graduation project by French student animator Louis Thomas, just hired by Pixar, posted on the Cartoon Brew website. But there has been before (The Band Concert, Disney, 1935), and there doubtlessly will be again. Rossini’s complete William […]
Author: Fred The Cartoon Brew website has just posted this two-year-old eight-minute film by Swedish animator Jacob Stålhammar; written in 2004, painted in gouache on cardboard, and animated in limited animation to a public domain stock music score. Arguably less an animated cartoon than an animated children’s picture book. Still anthropomorphic. Find the full article […]
Author: Fred The Cartoon Brew website has posted Metro, a 2011 student film directed by Jake Wyatt and produced by him and others at the Brigham Young University for Animation. It is a 4:45 minute cartoon that does not become anthropomorphic until its last moments, but it is a charming animal fantasy for most of […]
Author: Fred Did I ever tell you that I once wrote a movie script? It was Furry, too. This was twenty-five years ago, in 1987. Clearance Papers was only a 9-minute amateur film – an embarrassingly amateurish amateur film – but for a two-man effort, it wasn’t too bad. read more Find the full article […]
Author: Fred The Cartoon Brew presents Wildebeest, a one-minute short by Britain’s commercial animation house Bird Box Studio. It’s barely anthropomorphic, but worth watching for its sardonic wit. Find the full article here: flayrah – furry food for thought Creative Commons: Full post may be available under a free license.
Author: Fred Are self-aware robots anthropomorphic? Hey, I think that I’ve asked th… [Ed.: !] Cartoon Brew has posted D.A.D.: Digital Amusement Device by Mark Osberg, a brief CGI film. In this short tale a father tries to encourage his son to overcome his fears and shows that even in this digital age that the […]
Author: Fred Are self-aware robots anthropomorphic? Hey, I think that I’ve asked this question before. The Cartoon Brew has posted Dubstep Dispute by Jason Giles, a 1:13 minute CGI film. Find the full article here: flayrah – furry food for thought Creative Commons: Full post may be available under a free license.