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Please recommend some interesting hand-drawn rotoscoping...

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Please recommend some interesting hand-drawn rotoscoping...

Postby simplecarn » Wed Aug 15, 2012 4:57 pm

Besides A-Ha's music videos and the Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds section of Yellow Submarine, what are some really cool examples of hand-drawn rotoscoping? The more surreal, the better.

(Computer-assisted rotoscoping like Waking Life and A Scanner Darkly doesn't count. I'm looking for the hand-drawn stuff.)

Thanks!
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Re: Please recommend some interesting hand-drawn rotoscoping

Postby JDC » Wed Aug 15, 2012 10:14 pm

Have you not heard of Ralph Bakshi? Look up Fleischer cartoons too, they invented the process, Many films made in Russia are the hard to find gems.. (ofcourse, they were the Soviet Union when they made most of the films) This is a decent video on the process for Frazetta's Fire and Ice
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Re: Please recommend some interesting hand-drawn rotoscoping

Postby simplecarn » Thu Aug 16, 2012 3:09 am

JDC wrote:Have you not heard of Ralph Bakshi? Look up Fleischer cartoons too, they invented the process, Many films made in Russia are the hard to find gems.. (ofcourse, they were the Soviet Union when they made most of the films) This is a decent video on the process for Frazetta's Fire and Ice


Thanks! Yep, I'm familiar with Bakshi and I've seen this video. Do you have any specific Russian films to recommend?
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