Animation delves inside the concepts, drafts, sketches and final pixels of the most popular animated movies such as "The Incredibles", "Cars" and "A Shark's Tale".
Just Keep Swimming: The Finding Nemo Quiz
You think you can do these things, Nemo, but you can't! See if you can ace this 'Finding Nemo' quiz at HowStuffWorks. See more »
The Ultimate Toy Story Quiz
'Toy Story' took the world by storm in the '90s and continues to hold a place in our hearts. How much do you know about Woody, Buzz and the gang? See more »
To Infinity and Beyond: The Pixar Movie Quiz
Have you watched every Pixar animated film multiple times? Then test your Pixar knowledge with this quiz. See more »
Be Our Guest! Name that Disney Character Quiz
It might be from a tale as old as time but everyone has a favorite Disney character. Take this Disney character quiz to learn more. See more »
Who made the first animated movie?
The history of animated movies is rich and fascinating. Learn about the creators of the first animated movie at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How Brickfilm Works
Brickfilm makers use bricks as the main character building tool for stop-motion animation. Learn about brickfilm sets, filming techniques and more. See more »
Did Disney blacklist the voice actress for Snow White?
Adriana Caselotti went M.I.A. after voice acting for 'Snow White.' Did Disney own the rights to her voice? Read on at HowStuffWorks. See more »
How Animation Software Works
Animation software can help animators turn their concepts into visible animation. Find out what animation software can do. See more »
10 Outrageous Cartoon Moments That Use Real Physics
In among the suspended falls and running into painted tunnels, animation sometimes uses real science. Here are 10 real physics moments in cartoons. See more »
How Computer Animation Works
Computer animation makes possible many things that could not be done with traditional animation. Learn about this fast-growing field from HowStuffWorks. See more »
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