Sunday, July 31, 2011

Nope


It's not this

14 comments:

Joshua Marchant (Scrawnycartoons) said...

That's a . . . shame?

Bijan said...

IT'S BEAUTIFUL.

Frop said...

Is it this one?

http://flash.sonypictures.com/downloads/movies/thesmurfs/downloads/wallpapers/smurfs_1600_smurfette.jpg

Sandra Rivas said...

My eyes!

Elana Pritchard said...

I believe the correct way of saying it is, "it ain't this".

Mykal said...

Ugly, stiff, and poorly drawn.

Jason G. said...

Ugh! That Was My Guess. Oh Well. BTW, Could You Upload That Kirk Douglas/ UPA Kids Bumper You Made For Adult Swim? I Saw It On Your Blog, But Havent Actually Seen The Bumper As A Whole. - Jason Goodwin

BlakeJ said...

Those two look like magnets repelling each other - no "squish". Shrek has 4 hands anyway, my guess is a Ninja Turtle.

Isaak said...

First, that was disgusting

Second, have you seen Phineas and Ferb. It is lazy animation but the show contains so much joy without the smarminess and lack of care that made up most of animation since the 60s.

P.S. Yes, it still has care, in the characterizations.

Trevor Thompson said...

Yogi's?

Trevor Thompson said...

Yogi's?

Mattieshoe said...

I Wish Al Capp was around to tell it like it is, he couldn't have dreamed things would get as bad as they are now.

Bazil said...

I just saw a video of guy dressed in Shrek costume at a birthday party. He really scared the crap out of those kids and the costume was soooo creepy looking that you'd have to wonder if the parents did this on purpose as a cruel joke on their kids.

Doctor Jones said...

All doom and gloom about "how things are" and "how bad it's gotten"...

I thought they were done making Shrek movies...
Why are we still reliving memories about it in this blog?

Yeah the industry is driven by marketing right now, but it doesn't mean that animation cavaliers and experimental film makers can't push their work out anyways. More so than any time, the technology is available for anyone to produce a cartoon or an animation out of their home. -And that's a comforting thought.

Plus, it's not like you could throw your film out into the online world 12 years ago... or look up anyone on a blog, to see what they have to say about it.

Sa'll good folks.