Artwork by Nikie Monteleone

Animation Week is returning to ArtStation! From July 11th to 15th 2022, we’ll be putting a spotlight on the amazing animation work being done by the ArtStation community. Tune in for live Q&A events on ArtStation Blogs, and be on the lookout for exciting educational content coming next week.

Animation Week is an excellent time to network with other professionals in the field, so be sure to update your portfolio and properly tag your animation pieces for maximum visibility.

Upload an Animation Project

This year, we’re also excited to tell you about The Future of Animation. From June 27th to July 1st Unreal Engine hosted a celebration packed with real-time techniques, insider stories, case studies, a brand-new Animation Field Guide, and highlights from the Annecy International Animation Film Festival. Be sure to check in on their exciting content!


How do I upload my work to the Featured Channels?

When uploading or editing a project from your portfolio manager, scroll down to the “Tags” section of the page. In the Tags text box type in the tag you’d like to add to your work.

How do I participate in live Q&A events?

Our Animation Week Q&As are live text-based events on ArtStation Blogs. Check back in on this announcement for links to the artists’ blog pages where the Q&As will take place.

Léa Pinto for Love, Death + Robots: “JIBARO”. Streaming on Netflix; produced by Blur; made by; written and directed by Alberto Mielgo.

Featured Channel Schedule

July 11th – #Animation

See all artwork from the #Animation channel.

July 12th – Character Animation

Discover animations that bring characters to life. Tagged artworks should include a video of the character’s movement or expressions.

July 13th – VFX for Film, TV and Animation + Motion Graphics

Check out rendered visual effects for film, television, live-action, and animation, along with animated motion graphics.

July 14th –#WomeninAnimation

See creative projects created by women working in the field of animation.

July 15th – Storyboards + Visual Development

Find storyboard sequences that plan shots for a creative production. Plus, see visual development work that develops animation for movies, TV shows, and more.

James Schauf for Disney’s Encanto