Posted by Greely on December 17, 1999 at 10:25:36:
In Reply to: No script needed, huh? posted by Not on December 17, 1999 at 09:39:48:
Well, it happens to be a fact. There may be a script written, but it's usually set aside as the board artists do the REAL writing. It's been that way in animation, whether producers like it or not (or even understand it) since 1937. Sad to say, but from the crap I've seen so-called animation "writers" do, I'd say they were more like TYPERS. Most of this breed of writer consider writing for animation a stopover to live action--and they definetly believe it's beneath them (MOST, I said--not all). And it shows.
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