Well… It worked for the ASPCA.
Despite how mediocre/terrible the Wreck-It Ralph game is for Wii and DS, there’s a bunch of surprisingly decent voice acting for it.
These lines are great for making quick warm-up animations with too, so I might make a couple more of these in the upcoming weeks and/or even twist around the lines in Audacity if I come up with ideas for how I could use them.
Doodle: never going to be a morning person…
I was talkin’ wit’ good ol’ Fluttershy about dis “Yahoo buyin’ Tumblr” bubkes an’ dis is what she had ta say on da matter:
animaniacs was ahead of its time
WOW THIS IS AMAZING
MORE LIKE THIS PLEASE
These Toonface videos are all amazing. I can’t believe I just found out about them!
Since I can’t pick favorites, here’s a list of all of the Toonface videos uploaded by this fella on his YouTube channel (he’s also got a bunch of other CN relics too; go check em out while they’re there!):
Daan Jippes’ Mickey Mouse drawings are the epitome of cartoon appeal. Daan is originally from Amsterdam and did many comic covers for Disney’s republishings of the Mickey, Donald, Uncle Scrooge, and Ducktales comic series through Gladstone in the 1980’s and 1990’s. This is just a small part of an amzing career in comics and animation. I was introduced to his work a few years back and ever since, I’ve used his series of Mickey drawings featured at the top as my “There’s so much yet to learn” reality check.
Daan’s use of energy and line flow in his drawings demonstrate an incredible knowledge of draftsmanship and appeal. How your eyes travel through his drawings feel like butter melting melting down a stack of pancakes. The energy that he puts into his drawings truly makes the characters jump off of the page. His rounded shapes all work together in a bold and refreshing way.
It may be treason to say, but I feel like Daan’s version of Mickey Mouse is a bit stronger than Floyd Gottfredson’s. While Floyd’s comics of Mickey are unbelievably appealing and demonstrate and amazing an incredible knowledge of draftsmanship, solidity, and appeal, I feel like Daan is taking what Floyd established and pushing the shapes and pliability in the characters just a tad farther. That being said, without Floyd’s Mickeys, there would be no Daan’s Mickeys. I hope these inspire you as much as they do me.
THERE’S A FULL VERSION OF THE SONG WHAT
Also, GraphicsGale has the most confusing use of transparency I think I’ve ever seen. Still, I’ll have to keep messing around with it and see what else I can make with it. Pixel art just seems like too much fun to not mess around with more often!
While on my trip to Mexico I saw this priceless gem