Fan Art Friday: Annie Awards

The 2015 Annie Awards will be held on 1/31/15. Here’s some great fan art based on the nominiees for Best Animated Feature

      • Big Hero 6 – 
Walt Disney Animation Studios

        Big Hero 6 Shawarma by TheAmateurAesthete

        Big Hero 6 Shawarma by TheAmateurAesthete

      • How to Train Your Dragon 2 – DreamWorks Animation SKG

        How to Train Your Dragon by Tantaku

      • Song of the Sea – GKIDS/Cartoon Saloon

        Song of the Sea Fanart by merlerser

      • The Book of Life – Reel FX Animation Studios/Twentieth Century Fox

        Book of Life: La Muerte

      • The Boxtrolls – Focus Features/Laika

        Boxtrolls by MuiMushroom

      • The LEGO Movie -Warner Bros. Pictures

        CMSN:Now grab your destiny by wa-wa-wa-wa

      • The Tale of The Princess Kaguya – GKIDS/Studio Ghibli

        Kaguya Hime by Fuji Choko

        Kaguya Hime by Fuji Choko

      • Cheatin’ – Plymptoons Studio (no fan art but here’s a clip)

Bolero Clip from Cheatin’ from Bill Plympton on Vimeo.


Fan Art Friday: Fan Art from 10 Anime Series I Watched In 2014

I watched several anime series in 2014. Some anime were worth the time to watch and others did not hold my interests. Some I enjoyed but weren’t popular enough to have fan art. Here are some amazing fan arts, from various fan artists, from some of the anime I watched from start to finish in 2014.

Hunter X Hunter (2011)

Hunter X Hunter by kevinTUT on DeviantArt

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Daily Prompts in 2015


The Daily Post

We started publishing writing prompts on a daily basis back in October 2012 — a near-eternity in internet terms! 785 prompts and one free ebook later (not to mention tens of thousands of posts generated and shared in response to these prompts), we thought it was time to tweak the way we approach prompts on The Daily Post.

What’s new?

In the final days of 2014 we started publishing a mix of older prompts from our archives, along with the occasional new prompt. We still feature prompts suggested to us by our loyal, incredibly creative readers, and will continue to do so in the future (if you have a prompt idea please share it with us here). Everyone can still share their posts via pingbacks, which will appear in the grid below each individual prompt; the technical issues we’ve experienced with pingbacks last month have been resolved.

While daily prompts are currently…

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