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The Cartoon Network has around 58 shows that they feature regularly; however there are a few special ones that have drawn kids right in and are worth checking out. You can find Japanese import manga (comics) as well as traditional kids favorites such as hot wheels and Tom and Jerry.
The show follows a 10-year old named Ben Tennyson that finds a mysterious device, which allows him to turn into a variety of different alien heroes. The mystery device is an alien watch that he discovers and wears. Each alien has his a special power that he can use in his daily adventures. The show is usually animated, however a few episodes have been live action. The story goes that the alien watch combines with Ben’s DNA, combining the two and permitting Ben to choose an alien form to take. You can still follow the original series “Ben 10″, however now spinoff series’ such as “Ben 10: Alien Force” and ‘Ben 10: Ultimate Alien” also exist.
Naruto is an ongoing Japanese comic series that has been imported from Japan. The main character is Naruto and he is a young boy that has the “Nine-Tailed Demon Fox” sealed within him, which is the most powerful of a tailed beast. Tailed beasts are monsters, which form the “Ten-Tailed Beast”, who possess an unspeakable power that can be harnessed by an individual if all are collected. In the story, Naruto and two other friends form a team called, “Team 7″ and are Ninjas. These ninjas are given the task of protecting one of many villages. Each episode follows these ninjas as they complete different tasks and as they learn new abilities. Read the rest of this entry »
Perhaps the old adage where you should never judge a book by its cover is not necessarily relevant when it comes to a Cartoon Creator. Seeing a cartoon in 3D gives a new depth and storyline to the normal viewing parameters of a cartoon. What you see on the outset will set the stage for your viewing pleasure. Perhaps you can judge a book by its cover in this case however, the content of the book itself is not to be overlooked.
Some of the great 3D Cartoon Creator features which have been developed in recent years, is changing the way we view movies. During the golden era of movies there were a lot of experiments being made on the big screen and the introduction of 3D was one of them. It has had a few different renaissance periods but nothing like the past decade have we seen both content and delivery of 3D animation software make it in the mainstream.
Now over the last 10 years in the 3D Cartoon creation genre we have seen more movies made in this fashion than the past 50 years collectively. It was not until this decade that we have had such great hits as The Polar Express (2004), The Nightmare Before Christmas (2006), Monsters vs. Aliens (2009), Up (2009), Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009), Happy Feet (2010), How To Train Your Dragon (2010), Shrek Forever After (2010), Toy Story 3 (2010), and Despicable Me (2010).
With this amount of great film in the recent history of animation shot in 3D style, there is a promise of great movies to come. While only Ice Age: Continental Drift is set to be released in 2012 in animation, there are other highly rated movies being re-released in this format that are creating quite a lot of attention, namely the Star Wars and Avatar movies.
Not just major release movies from a Cartoon Creator are being made in 3D animation. Soon there will be an entire market for 3D televisions and programming to be shot in a variety of formats not limited to 2D or 3D compositions. Read the rest of this entry »Tags: 3d cartoon, cartoon creation, cartoon creator, d animation software, history of animation, old adage, renaissance periods, toy story 3