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Tag Archives: animated short
The Walt Disney Studios had a rough time during World War 2, not just because Walt Disney felt it was his patriotic duty to help the war effort (usually at the expense of his bottom line) but also because so … Continue reading
“Feast”, a new short from Walt Disney Animation Studios, will make its world premiere at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival June 10, 2014. “Feast” is from first-time director Patrick Osborne (head of animation, “Paperman”). It tells the story of … Continue reading
A new Monsters University Short “Party Central” will open with Muppets Most Wanted when it hits theatres March 21! Disney has released two clips of the short to whet your appetite. Mike and Sulley return to Monsters University for a … Continue reading
Disney animator Eric Goldberg was animation supervisor for the Oscar nominated animated short “Get A Horse” starring Mickey Mouse and a cast of characters. In the following video demonstration, Goldberg draws Mickey and Minnie in full-on smooch mode. Cute: You … Continue reading