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Tag Archives: paul rudish
Disney has renewed the new animated short series of Mickey Mouse cartoons for another year. That probably makes Paul Rudish, whose vision and artistic style, can help explain the success of the series. Here Rudish shows to draw a Mickey … Continue reading
Anyone else remember when we Disney fans were begging for the studio to come out with new Mickey Mouse shorts? Well, you can’t say they didn’t listen. The latest entry features some scientific exploration of Donald Duck’s inner space courtesy … Continue reading
There are now 11 of the new Paul Rudish directed Mickey Mouse animated shorts available on YouTube. There will be 19 in the new series. So we have eight more to go. I really loved “Ghoul Friend” (Goofy Ghoul concept … Continue reading
The Disney Channel debuted two new Mickey Mouse animated shorts this weekend. Yodelburg and No Service feature a new style of animation and a new direction for Mickey Mouse that the Walt Disney Company hopes returns some relevance of the … Continue reading