Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Roger

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A little animation project from class. We were supplied with dialogue and character sheets to choose from. Since I have a similar physical constitution as Roger from 101 Dalmatians (okay I'm like his brown twin), it was an easy choice.
There are still a handful of things that I'd change about this animation, but here it stands for now.
Hope the sound isn't loud and scary like previous animation posts.

19 comments:

Will Strong (that's who) said...

Amfrony, I love you.

Jenna said...

you're okay... but i love your animation. who's voice?

The Rabidmilkman said...

Great texture to this, Anton. His shifts in speed really bring him to life!
Are the pegs on top?

Anthony Holden said...

Thanks.
No, the pegs are bottom pegs (otherwise you can't flip your animation). I punch holes in the top of my paper too so that I can keep the paper in my 3-ring binder. Yeah, I'm cool

Jake Wyatt said...

The hell.

I'm so glad I didn't see this on Tuesday.

I give up my argument about 1's vs. 2's. 1's win. Well, YOU win, anyway.

GREAT job.

Jared Scott Greenleaf said...

Yeah, you AAARGH! the best (boy, that "are" came out a bit strong).

Anthony, I'm not usually this kiss arse because I think helpful criticism is, well, criticism - but I gotta say, your art is like Italian hot chocolate (Amaretto even), your art makes me feel good inside. My grand kids will hear stories about you -- (cut to christmas scene, grandpa Jared sitting on an old chair next to the fireplace with 10 or 11 grandchildren, imagine old voice) --Hey gramps, tell us about the Amaretto Artist!: "Yeah he's out there somewhere, animating, you've probably already seen his work, maybe even last Saturday morning; whenever I feel good inside watching cartoons, I say to myself, yep that's ol' Anthony pushin that pencil, like Ameretto."

Tyson Murphy said...

by far the most best thing i've ever seen.

Josh H. Black said...

Wow that's not student work that's pure brilliance. What a visual delight.

Laura said...

Fantastic job, Anthony! Geez. No competing with that.

Kory Hubbell said...

I only watched that probably like 40, 50 times. Pretty sure I quit.

Nick Hatch said...

So the past four times or so I've gotten on your blog looking for a good study break this animation has been unavailable to play for some reason. I more than made up for it by watching this about 12 times. Nice work, brother. And I'm glad to hear you and the fam are going to make it back at Christmas to spend time with the bigger fam.

Joe Cressssss said...

sickening, way cool

Gavin Ball said...

Cool man! Where did you do this? Which school? ... what I'm wondering (because you have a tag that says Disney?)

Just wondering.

Thanks for sharing!

I am Chree-uz said...

That's awesome dude! Chicka-BOOM!

Quite the cute Sawyer Saurus you have there as well. Well done good man

jennifer said...

I like it. I like it.

M.R. Weaver said...

It's... it's TRUE.
:O

Dude. This is nice stuff. I mean, NICE. Love that last long note. Haha. ^_^

Wyatt Stevens Miles said...

Great timing Anthony. The beats in the animation are very fun. I love the trombone thing. I used to play the trombone is high school but I hated it. haha

David Nethery said...

Jenna said...

"you're okay... but i love your animation. who's voice?"


Jenna, the voice is from the satirical album "Stan Freberg Presents: The History of the United States of America - Part 1 The Early Years" . The voice is from the section titled: "Yankee Doodle Go Home (Spirit of '76)"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stan_Freberg_Presents_the_United_States_of_America_Volume_One:_The_Early_Years

Anthony Holden said...

David,

Well spotted, sir! I award you bonus points.

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