Hand drawn animated features are NOT dead. At least not in Brazil. Ate que a Sbornia nos separe (Til Sbornia Do Us Part), directed by the Otto Guerra, opens this month in South America - and here is the mouth-watering trailer.
August 20, 2013 1:36 PMReply
Hand drawn animated features are only really 'dead' in North America. Overseas, they still seem to be alive and kicking.
Mark Kausler |
August 20, 2013 12:13 AMReply
I really like the effects animation and the computer environments more than the way the characters look. The volcano and lava stuff is quite handsome. A lot of the character movement looks very well done, nice to see some squash and stretch in the action for a change.
Silly me, I never figured that Ralph McQuarrie's concept art was about plastic teenagers with
The revised artwork of Wabbit made my eyes bleed 2x more than the first.
PLEASE GIVE US SEASON 8! AND 9! AND 10!
Futurama was doing great! I have no clue as to why they