Animation Videos


Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Makin of Beauty and the Beast

Sometimes the rough early animation seems too blank and jittery before the inbetweener's work here, and sometimes it's flowy.
Look at Belle's reaction to the beast...its so confusing...
I think I want to be the more flowy rough animator....
Unless Belle's reaction in the beginning of the video was already done by an inbetweener....

Saturday, November 29, 2008

The Tigger Song

Tigger is my favorite character ...

The wonderful thing about tiggers
Is tiggers are wonderful things!

Their tops are made out of rubber;
Their bottoms are made out of springs!
They're bouncy, trouncy, flouncy, pouncy,
Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun! Fun!

But the most wonderful thing about tiggers is
I'm the only one!

Monday, November 24, 2008

During the first World War troops from Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada) were being transported to eastern Canada, on their way overseas to Europe where they should join the 2nd Canadian Infantry Brigade. When the train stopped at White River, Ontario, a lieutenant called Harry Colebourn bought a small female black bear cub for $20 from a hunter who had killed its mother. He named her 'Winnipeg', after his hometown of Winnipeg, or 'Winnie' for short.

Winnie became the mascot of the Brigade and went to Britain with the unit. When the Brigade was posted to the battlefields of France, Lt. Colebourn took Winnie to the London Zoo for a long loan. Formally Colebourn presented the London Zoo with Winnie in December 1919 where it became a popular attraction and lived until 1934.

The bear was also very popular by Christopher Robin, son of author A.A. Milne. It was his favorite at the zoo, and he often spent time inside the cage with it. The bear was Christopher Robin's inspiration for calling his own teddy bear Winnie.... Winnie the Pooh (this teddy bear started out with the name of Edward Bear). The name of Pooh originally belonged to a swan, as can be seen in a poem from Milne's When We Were Very Young.

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Tom and Jerry - my favorite

Tom and Jerry is the best cartoon ever created without a doubt, absolutely love it!

Tom is always losing...

It's my favorite part of Tom and Jerry's videos !

Friday, October 3, 2008

Pixar - Bug`s Life Bloopers

An "outtake" I'm surprised they didn't think of:

{Keep in mind that that the ripoff film "Antz" came out first,and Pixar created two "blooper reels" for their movie}

It's the scene where the ant colony council is trying Flik for accidentally destroying the food meant for the grasshoppers;Princess Atta asks Flik if he has anything to say for himself.He turns his face from the camera;when he turns it back---to be continued.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Paul Newman - R.I.P

Legendary actor and philanthropist Paul Newman died of cancer at his home in Westport, Connecticut, yesterday.
He was 83.

Film legend Paul Newman has been set to lend his voice to a car character in the animated feature, "Cars".

"Cars," the seventh animated feature to be created by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures, is a high octane adventure comedy that features a wide assortment of cars as characters who get their kicks on Route 66.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

"Dopey" - loose-limbed dwarf ...

Dubbed "Dopey" by his brothers, this loose-limbed dwarf has never spoken a word; as Happy explains to Snow White, "He never tried."

But Dopey isn't really dopey, he's just childlike.

Is it dopey to try and steal a second and third kiss from Snow White on your way to work, or to make yourself tall enough to dance with her by climbing on Sneezy's shoulders? Not at all. Dopey's a genius at fun and games (and a whiz at the drums to boot).

He just doesn't mind looking silly along the way.

So what if he wiggles his ears and shuffles his feet to his own skippity-skip beat?

He's simply being himself, and that's pretty smart.

In the early development process on the film, Dopey was the "leftover" dwarf with no particular personality.

Then one day animator Ward Kimball discovered vaudevillian actor Eddie Collins at a Los Angeles burlesque house.

Kimball invited the baby-faced Mr. Collins to the studio to perform and improvise pantomimes of Dopey's reactions on film.

Thanks much to Collins' innovative acting, Dopey assumed a very definite personality and soon became one of the animators' favorite dwarfs.

Collins' pantomime turned out to be one of the first times live-action reference footage was shot for an animated film. The technique proved so successful that it's still used today.

The inspiring Mr. Collins went on to perform live-action reference for Gideon in "Pinocchio" (1940).

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Cotton eye Joe

My Daughter LOVES this one... Especially bugs walking with the gold, matching the drums.
Bugs Bunny is the cartoon king !!
LOL !!!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

The Princess and the Frog - 2009 smashing hit

A musical set in the greatest city of them all, New Orleans, "The Princess and the Frog" marks Disney's return to the timeless art form of traditional animation.
The film teams Ron Clements and John Musker, creators of "The Little Mermaid" and "Aladdin," with Oscar®-winning composer Randy Newman to tell the most beautiful love story ever told... with frogs, voodoo, and a singing alligator.

Clock cleaners - Funny movie ever !!!

Thursday, May 29, 2008

Waltz with Bashir - Interesting ,,,

Among the most intriguing movies selected for Cannes 2008 official competition, there's the animated documentary by Ari Folman, Waltz with Bashir.
The director explores through memories and surreal images, the Israeli Army mission in the first Lebanon War of the early eighties.

Ari Folman presents his film "Waltz with Bashir" :