The History of Animation

Shadow play figures, circa 1780.

Animated cartoons and movies have made the childhood of the modern generation magical. It was especially glorious for kids born in the 90s who are already adults and have their kids by now. Waking up in the morning as a carefree kid and turning on the television to watch Rugrats, Teenage Mutant … Read more

Guide to Classic Cartoons

Guide to Classic Cartoons

When it comes to entertainment, television shows and movies are among the top choices for many people, and that includes cartoons, too. Cartoons are very popular among kids but are also enjoyed by some adults. The term cartoon originally refers to an illustration, which is sometimes animated, usually in a non-realistic or … Read more

The History of the Cartoon Atom Ant

Atom Ant broke the monotony of what could be the longstanding standards in projecting a superhero. Instead of portraying a masculine-figure superhero, Hannah-Barbera chose a tiny ant to be the next protector of the planet

Kids in the 60s would surely include the tiny cartoon superhero Atom Ant in their memories of classic cartoons. This popular cartoon was first aired on NBC in 1965 alongside with The Hillbilly Bears and Precious Pupp in syndication. Atom Ant quickly rose to fame and caught the attention of viewers across … Read more

Motion Graphics vs. Animation: What’s the Difference?

Motion Graphics vs. Animation: What's the Difference?

Both types of artistic work produce visual content with moving objects. For an outsider, the distinction is vague. In fact, rather than being separate, the categories are interrelated.  Motion graphics may be described as a subtype of animation. The latter is, in essence, an umbrella term. Everything from anime to claymation belongs … Read more

The History of Cartoons

the history of cartoons

The term “cartoon” refers to an illustration or a series/sequence of drawings that depict satire, caricature, or humor. It features images drawn in a non-realistic or semi-realistic style. Cartoons appear on many publications, such as comic books, magazines, and newspapers. A cartoon can also be animated. What does the word “cartoon” come … Read more

Top Cartoons of the 80s

Top Cartoons of the 80s

The 80s brought about a lot of cartoon fans. For a lot of children back in the day, the 80s was a sacred time in their lives. This was when weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings are filled with amazing and wonderful stories of these animated cartoons which helped shape several young minds. … Read more

Top Cartoons of the 70s

Top Cartoons of the 70s

From the day Disney introduced to us a new medium of entertainment called “animation”, the world has witnessed a surge of different cartoon films that contains a diverse cast of characters. From Mickey Mouse to Bugs Bunny the animation industry has found its stability as a new medium of entertainment. Several cartoons … Read more

Introduction to The Flintstones

Introduction to The Flintstones

What is “The Flintstones”? The Flintstones is an animated 1960s television sitcom that was broadcast on ABC. It was created and produced by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, who are also the producers of many other famous television shows such as Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and Tom and Jerry. The Flintstones consists … Read more

Introduction to Tom and Jerry

Introduction to Tom and Jerry

“Tom and Jerry” – a favorite for decades Tom and Jerry is a hilarious American Television series that has been running since the 1940s. It has been ranked, as one of the best cartoon series of all time and is one of the longest running cartoon series. Each episode consists of two … Read more