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Introducing ToonGoggles.com for your animated content
Written by Charles   
Friday, 05 August 2011 17:44

ToonGoggles

There's a new animation centric site on the way called ToonGoggles and it promises to be something advantageous to both animation content creators and drug viagra fans worldwide. The site will be officially launching next month but you can access it now.

ToonGoggles is an online children’s entertainment channel where kids can watch hundreds and even thousands of online cheap levitra cartoons for free, as well as soon play hundreds of games as well. They offer rights holders and animators the chance to place their animation (for free) in front of kids, parents, and networks eyes and receive full data metrics based off the viewership their content receives.

For more information head on over to generic viaga canada the topic on AN's General Discussion Forum  and catch up on all the i recommend things we can expect from ToonGoggles.com.

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Origin of "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" TV series
Written by Charles   
Friday, 05 August 2011 05:30

There's been increasing chatter about the origin of He-Man.

I don't know what was happening at Mattel thirty years ago when the toy line was first created, but I do know what was happening at Filmation Studios when the cartoon was developed because I was there at the very beginning of it all.

Now that we're getting closer to the thirtieth anniversary of uk suppliers generic viagra the TV show and interest is growing in how the popular series from the cialis order canada 1980s came to be, it's a good time to share my experiences and help set the record straight.

The He-Man series has its roots in an animated commercial produced by Filmation for Mattel in 1981. I looked for this commercial for a long time on YouTube and viagra online drugstore it was nowhere to be found.

That is, until now.

This past July 25, it was uploaded on YouTube from video that was captured at the San Diego Comic Con.

The audio is bad as the din of the crowd mingles with the sound of the commercial, but it's good enough to get an idea as to what it's about.

Here it is for the first time online. I'll be building up the topic on very good site AN's General Discussion Forum so be sure to real viagra without prescription check in as I relate what was happening at the tiome and how the He-Man cartoon came to be, at least from my perspective as a member of the original development team.

 

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Walter Lantz - Historic Lessons in Animation
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Thursday, 04 August 2011 18:04

Walter Lantz

There's a couple of fascinating videos I've discovered featuring Walter Lantz, the creator of Woody Woodpeck and many other memorable characters for Universal Studios.

One video is narrated by Mr. Lantz as he walks us through the responsibilities of an animation director, little changed over the good choice time span of how much levitra about 50 years from the time I'm guessing the footage was shot. The other video goes all the way back to the 1930s, as we see a production crew creating an Oswald the Rabbit cartoon with Walter Lantz at the helm. 

Both are must see videos for the animation enthusiast, and you can find them by following this link to the AN Education Forum. If here's more videos to be found along this subject they'll be added to the topic.

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Could Walt Disney make it in today's industry?
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Thursday, 04 August 2011 03:54

Walt Disney

If Walt was a young man in our time trying to break into animation today, how would he fare? I speculate upon the hypothetical situation in this topic on the AN Forums.

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Terry Gilliam explains his animation process
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Wednesday, 03 August 2011 18:31

Here's something I discovered recently that has given me a renewed appreciation for modern animation technology as well as how things used to be done in the days before digital production, where even the simplest approach to animation was tedious and labor intensive.

If you're a fan of Terry Gilliam's work, I'm sure you'll be interested to http://tmb.com/fast-delivery-cialis see how he used to make his cartoons back in the 1970s when he was creating hilarious shorts for Monty Python's Flying Circus. Take a look at the following footage to see an explanation of the process. The video is also posted in AN's Education Forum which is dedicated to featuring content, news and announcements that help to broaden one's artistic knowledge. 

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