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.
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