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Monday, February 26, 2007

Prod. 2003 - Seq. 4.8 & 4.7 - ...a little oil!

Though the numbering seems wrong, this is how the sequences are ordered in the draft, and as far as I remember, in the film.

In the first sequence, directed by Ham Luske and laid out by Ken Anderson, we have crickets by Ward Kimball and John Elliotte, and a heart-felt Pinoke by Ollie Johnston. In the one scene that Seq. 4.7 is, Gepetto by Art Babbitt. Again direction Jaxon, layout Stapp.

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Anonymous Boris Hiestand says...

Hi Hans,

I saw on Michael Sporn's blog that you might be dissappointed with the appreciation of your posts.

I think there are a LOT of people out there that love all these drafts and lectures you post on here, it's just hard to comment on them, as the work is not your own and speaks for itself.

I for one do realise how much work it takes to scan and organise all these drafts, and I really appreciate what you're doing. Please keep it up!

Monday, February 26, 2007 at 3:39:00 AM PST  
Anonymous Hans Perk says...

Boris, I understand that for drafts, but for the Action Analysis Classes, I would have hoped for a more active discussion, as they do - or at least should - make you think. I have also had no feedback for my little Beatronome program, excepting from one eager student of animation. I believe it to be a usable little program, so that, too is disappointing. But in the words of Walt: "Are we downhearted? Hell, no!"

Monday, February 26, 2007 at 3:51:00 AM PST  
Anonymous Julián Höek says...

it would be great if the draft showed the date the animator started to work on a scene and the date he finished it to see how fast they work and the amout of time each scene took them and also the time the studio alowed them to do it.

Monday, February 26, 2007 at 5:47:00 PM PST  

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