I had the utmost pleasure to interview Bobby or as some of you might know him as YiXiong. I’ve been obsessed with his hamster  guinea pig character since last year. His guinea pig is just too adorable, and hilarious, just look at him go through his daily struggles in life or playing his favourite video game.…

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The National Book Development Council of Singapore launched the All In! Young Writers Festival, a festival that is tailored to young writers, on the 12th and 13th of March. All In! celebrates its eighth year in 2016, and its latest festival is said to be its largest yet. Cartoons Underground has the privilege to attend a…

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Beautiful pages form Australian artist Liz Steel. Sydney based architect specialising in media projects, who is also an obsessive sketcher. Since discovering watercolour in a field kit in 2006 she has not stopped painting her life in her sketchbook. Her architectural background gives her an analytical and conceptual approach to art.     Patrick Smith, co-founder and advisor…

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Patrick Smith, co-founder and advisor of Cartoons Underground, and co-writer at ScribbleJunkies Blog, started exploring different types of sketchbooks from artists from all around the world. Looking into these Epic Sketchbooks we see more personal work from these artists and get to know their thought process and them as people in a more intimate way. Thanks…

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Shannon Sawyer, Cartoons Underground’s guest author, reviews The Little Prince, an animated movie based on the book of the same name by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The year of 2015 already feels like a long time ago as January comes to a close, but it’s also a chance to look back on events, but for the sake of time…

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Patrick Smith, co-founder and advisor of Cartoons Underground, and co-writer at ScribbleJunkies Blog, started exploring different types of sketchbooks from artists from all around the world. Looking into these Epic Sketchbooks we see more personal work from these artists and get to know their thought process and them as people in a more intimate way. Thanks…

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We hope your celebration, hopes and dreams of 2015 came true, if not, then let’s welcome in 2016 with open arms and a refreshing change. 2016 is an exciting time for Animation with a list of must watch movies which CartoonBrew insiders, Scott Thill and Amid Amidi has so graciously curated. You may find the original article…

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This month, we caught up with Dori Hillestad Butler, the Edgar-Award winning author of “The Buddy Files”. Dori’s impressive resume is bolstered by her vivid imagination, as well as her charming personality. Cartoons Underground speaks to her about her experiences, her career, and about her newest series, “The Haunted Library”. About The Author   How…

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Cartoons Underground spoke with Neil Fernando, an upcoming Art Director and Freelance Artist. He speaks about his inspirations, his experiences, and provides advice for aspiring artists. In 50 words or less, please tell us about yourself. I’m a spaceman. I love to explore beyond boundaries and limitless possibilities. I’m exploring advertising as an Art Director,…

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Shannon Sawyer, Cartoons Underground’s guest author, reviews Home Sweet Home, an animated short by Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazevet and Stéphane Paccola. Home Sweet Home is a CGI animated short film created in 2013 by Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazevet and Stéphane Paccola. The film follows the adventures of a sentient house as…

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