One of the many things I love about traditional animation is the requirement that the animator really understand how objects interact in a physical space. This few seconds does a great job of demonstrating that understanding.
Wonderwoman has so much swag in this movie.
Oh damn, that’s some sweet animation. Maybe I should.. watch this movie.
This fight was my favorite part of the whole movie. Wonder Woman and Big Barda team up. Not sure who boarded it, but it looks like Lauren Montgomery’s work?
Jay Oliva boarded this fight sequence. It’s on his website. http://jayoliva.com And yes!! The animators did a top notch job!!
This part was awesome, and I love that move right there especially.
decided to take gothiebaby up on her challenge and make a powerpoint to help people differentiate between studios with 2D films (cuz it drives me mad when people say anastasia is disney, etc)
of course i have left anime out of the spectrum because i would be doing this damn thing forever, and a lot of great little indie 2D animations have also been omitted. this is purely mainstream, american animation.
sorry if i’ve made any spectacular omissions. please message me if i have and i’ll fix it. i know there are a few disney films missing but i couldn’t bear adding melody time, make mine music…etc. and robin hood is pretty much the aristocats anyway so yeah.
I just want to clarify that Touchstone is owned by Disney so yes, it’s a Disney film but it isn’t made by Walt Disney Animation Studios, therefore it isn’t part of the official Disney animated lineup. In case any of you were thinking “So wait, why does Disney sells the Who Framed Roger Rabbit merchandise?”, that’s why.
Pls and THANK
by Adam B. Vary
When Pixar’s Brave arrived in theaters in June, two directors shared full credit for the film: Mark Andrews and Brenda Chapman. The project had originated with Chapman — who’d previously directed DreamWorks Animation’s The Prince of Egypt — but at the beginning of…
I was wondering about what had happened when the final release revealed 2 directors sharing the credit on Brave, especially when Brenda Chapman was supposed to be first sole female director on a Pixar film. And I totally agree - the animation industry is in dire need of more well-established female directors/animators at higher positions. If only…
Trailer for the 2013 edition of the Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart, set for April 23-28.
ANIMATION TEST. Six seconds of octopus (photoshop)
Toradora! Episode 16: Taiga vs. Sumire
You’re a fucking coward!
You’re just afraid you’ll hurt others or you’ll get hurt!
You’re just cowardly and foul!
You’re just a weakling who can’t face her own feelings!
You’re just a violent bitch!
I also want to be an idiot who only knows how to dash forward
One of my all time favorite scenes ♥. Seriously, the art, the emotion…~
Indeed. The animation in this scene (among many others of the series) is crazy beautiful. And don’t get me started with the emotional build-up of the story…! Without a doubt, Toradora has one of the best and well-executed character development I’ve ever seen on an animated show.