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The Animation Podcast Ep. 54: MUPPET BABIES, THE INCREDIBLES 2, TOY STORY 4

Muppet Babies 2018

The Animation Podcast Ep. 54

The Animation Podcast is a weekly podcast news show that looks into the latest news in the animation industry, hosted by FilmBook, created and narrated by FilmBook author Mathieu Brunet a.k.a. AniMat from the ElectricDragon505 YouTube channel. Music provided by Chris Holland.

In this episode, The Animation Podcast examines (the highlights):

  • Disney Junior is bringing back Muppet Babies in 2018
  • Microsoft announced Surface Studio, their new desktop made for artists
  • Toy Story 4 and The Incredibles 2 are switching release dates
  • Rob Pereyda and Hitoshi Ariga will be working on a Klonoa movie
  • Mat’s Pick of the Week: CalArts teacher Maureen Furniss released her new book A New History of Animation

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The Animation Podcast Ep. 54

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Mathieu Brunet

My name is Mathieu Brunet (it's French) and I have been an independent film critic for the past 5 years. My passion is animation and I've been writing and making my own video reviews of animated features on my YouTube channel (ElectricDragon505), which now has about 55,000 subscribers, housing videos with total views over 20,000,000. I am the creator of Electric Dragon Productions which includes AniMat's Reviews and AniMat's Classic Reviews.

  • I doubt the Surface Studio would put an end to Wacom, and I bet they’ll just discontinue the Cintiq line. And that’s mainly because they have the Wacom MobileStudio Pro coming out in a few weeks (before the Surface Studio; similar to the Xbox 360 in contrast to the PlayStation 3), and I bet that would be a great less-expensive alternative to the Surface Studio, and the successor of the Cintiq line. Not only is it a tablet-computer hybrid too, but you can also take it on-the-go, like the Cintiq Companion and the laptop-tablet hybrid Surface Pro, and with the Wacom Link, you can also use it as a second-screen monitor to draw on, unlike the Surface Studio. And this is coming from someone who not only uses a Cintiq 13HD, and is hoping to replace it with the MobileStudio Pro soon, but also someone who enjoys working with two screens at once: one to do normal computer browsing, and one to draw on.

  • Oscar

    Hi, Gerard. in my opinion. i think the Surface Studio should be a better future for animation studios, don’t you think?

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