New Digital Book Presents the Art of Canceled Animated Films

New Digital Book Presents the Art of Canceled Animated Films

New Digital Book Presents the Art of Canceled Animated Films

Drawing for Nothing is a free compendium for the artwork of the world’s canceled and troubled animated films. Animation reels have been scrubbed, portfolios scraped, books scanned, interviews conducted and resumes analyzed to present this massive tome of unrealized animated brilliance.

The primary intention behind Drawing for Nothing is the education of fellow artists regarding studio-made productions that have remained inaccessible to the public.

Ziggy Cashmere (Jacob Pruitt) has spent years meticulously compiling and presenting this massive collection of art and information.

Some of the films featured in Drawing for Nothing include:

  • Satoshi Kon’s Dreaming Machine (MADHOUSE)
  • DreamWorks’ Me and My Shadow (vizdev by Griselda Sastrawinata)
  • Disney’s Joe Jump (character sketches)
  • DreamWorks’ B.O.O.B. (Bureau of Otherworldly Operations)
  • Warner Bros.’ Superman: Red Son
  • Don Bluth’s Dragon’s Lair
  • Aardman’s Gromit (Nick Park’s original concept)
  • And many more!

In addition to concept art, Drawing for Nothing also features:

  • Behind-the-scenes production information
  • Interviews with creators
  • Click-through links to animation tests

Drawing for Nothing is a must-have for:

  • Animation fans
  • Art lovers
  • Students of animation
  • Anyone interested in the creative process

The book is currently available for free download in PDF format.

To download Drawing for Nothing, please visit:

Visit drawingfornothing.com to view and download Drawing for Nothing. You can follow the official account @dfnbook on Twitter/X for updates on new chapters, materials and project updates.

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