Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Scott Kirsner has an article about ToonBreak, a new video website that's set up to feature animation and share revenue with contributors. This is a long tail type of aggregation, where Shawn McInerny is attempting to create a destination for people seeking out animation. Individual contributors may not experience financial success, but the site is non-exclusive. If you've got a film, you've got nothing to lose by posting there. Should the site be successful, the entire animation community would benefit from a high traffic location that shares revenue.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It certainly is inspiring. I couldn't help but notice that the most interesting clips on Toon Break belong to Shawn McInerny himself. It also links (in a roundabout way) to Toon Boom's website, which sells the software that Shawn used to create at least one of his clips.