Identifying Animators

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- Identifying Animators and Their Scenes. The goal of this blog is to help people identify the many wonderful and then not so wonderful . - My new favorite blog of the moment is Thad Komorowski 's "Identifying Animators and Their Scenes." The site has only been up for a few days . - Ever since Sakugabooru 's beginnings, and especially once we launched this Sakuga Blog, people have been approaching us asking for tips to .

He was a pretty loose animator and you can tell he's being held back in this scene. Izzy also does this scene of the rabbit finding the Bugs has left on him And then Chuck picks up with that great toothy laugh before the iris out..As the name of the blog implies, its concept is dead simple: post clips from Golden Age cartoons and identify who animated the scenes. For example, check out this great post about Walter Lantz shorts where Thad identifies scenes by Fred Moore, Ed Love, Pat Matthews and Grim Natwick..Anime Craft Weekly #23: Sakuga Mysteries, Identifying Animators kViN Comments 20 comments Ever since Sakugabooru's beginnings, and especially once we launched this Sakuga Blog, people have been approaching us asking for tips to get into animation appreciation.. The most common question I'm asked is, "How do you know who animated that scene?" Today, I'm finally answering that question. - .

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