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Old 07-18-14, 02:37 PM   #31
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Pretty much any Western that did not appear to be filmed in-doors excluding Rawhide.
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Old 07-26-14, 09:58 AM   #32
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Beast Wars
Teen Titans
Batman TAS
Superman TAS
Batman Beyond
Dragonball Z
Speed Racer
Jamie Foxx Show
Shin Chan
Fresh Prince
Spiderman (90's)
Spiderman Unlimited
The Flintstones
Darkwing Duck
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Sailor Moon
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Old 08-02-14, 12:57 PM   #33
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I got to work with an illustrator/animator some years ago who after receiving his BFA, went to work for the Disney studios doing exacting work for slave wages. He thought it was an outstanding training ground, but trying to live on Disney wages with a new family proved impossible. He went to work for Hanna-Barbera when they were at the top of their game, and although the pay was a good deal better, it was a sweatshop of the first order.

He explained that while Disney's deadlines were pretty loose for their cel painters (you could spend a full day on a single cell if you had to - just getting it right), while H-B demanded production - you had a quota of 15-20 or so cells to complete every day - or you didn't leave. That's why Disney's cartoons were always a lot more polished, especially the feature-length movies where no expense was spared. H-B on the other hand, snapped out new episodes of their brigade of 30-minute TV shows every week . . . which accounted for a lot of shortcuts and errors turning up in the final cut.

Many times you only saw profile views of H-B characters - only the character's mouth moved, and the upstage arm and hand were seldom shown. That eliminated a TON of work for the cartoonists and cel painters, cutting their workload dramatically. Most of the time you'd spot errors - like a character's arm disconnected from the body, or a perspective shift. H-B used a lot of "headshots" too, that eliminated the art crew's having to draw a full body for the characters. It got the job done and met the production deadlines - even if it wasn't exactly "art" - or make any sense to the story.

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Old 08-02-14, 07:55 PM   #34
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No anime lovers here?

Kamen Rider
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Old 08-11-14, 01:43 PM   #35
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darkwing duck.....
and any other duck related cartoons
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No anime lovers here?
One of my favorite, if not all time favorite anime: Ninja Scroll

I also did watch Ranma 1/2
Bubblegum Crisis
Ronin Warriors
Project A-ko
Fist of the North Star

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