Saturday, August 07, 2010

Beautiful!



El antecesor de Patoruzito?

9 Comments:

Blogger Ignacio Ochoa said...

Maravilloso!!

EL paneo de la toma 2 dura casi un minuto y no deja de entretener. No le falta ritmo , no le falta gracia, y no le sobra nada.
Se luce completamente la animación como recurso expresivo.Y sin dialogos !!!

Bello de verdad.

Gracias.
Abrazo.

6:21 pm  
Blogger Fraga said...

Lo mismo que Ignacio 8a.

Entrañable!!!

qué buenos efectos del agua!!!

9:36 am  
Blogger introduction to buildings said...

Love your work Oscar:)

The painter who just painted your house from outside

4:18 pm  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

I am very pleased to hear this, Man! You have done a great job yourself!

4:53 pm  
Blogger Silvio Daniel Kiko said...

siiii, hermosa animaciòn..., magia.
sin comparaciones, disfrutemos.

12:31 pm  
Anonymous Gustavo said...

Buenísimo.

5:15 am  
Blogger kellie said...

Little Hiawatha looks like he might owe something to Jimmy Swinnerton. I read online that Warner Bros later made at least one cartoon of Swinnerton's Canyon Kids, but I've not seen it. Some of his animals are here.

12:51 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Wonderful Links, Kellie, I agree with you about Swinnertons influences. Obviously they knew his work. Never the less I see in this short the hands of Albert Hurter and Gustav Tengreen, who were working at the same time designing "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and "Pinocchio". The Director, David Hands was at the time involved in the production of "Bambi"....Amazing period for Disney!

7:16 am  
Blogger kellie said...

I am these days trying to learn how to steal more effectively from Tenngren - harder than it might look - I'm now going to see if I can plunder Swinnerton too!

10:32 am  

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