Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by chapped, Nov 7, 2015.
Well done interesting video on cel animation
Brief history of the stern show
If interested in animation try to visit the Disney Family Museum at The Presidio in San Francisco. They actually have one of the huge Disney designed multi-plane cameras on display along with a lot of other historical animation displays. Small museum but I could spend hours in there.
You ever see the Walt Disney's life attraction at the Disney Studios park in Orlando? (Walt Disney One man's dream) They had a lot of stuff on display about this, including one of the machines they used to overlay the cells and film the result. They also had a tour of the animation studio at one point.
I'm such a nerd for vintage cartoons and animation. I find it so beautiful and amazing that all that was done by hand.
Salvator Dali once worked for Disney, but the original project they collaborated on was never completed.
Is that a midget talking or is it sped up?
It was completed a few years ago and is on the fantastic blu-ray
Thank you. I'll have to check it out. Have you seen it?
Yeah. Its great.
I meant to say fantasia. Damn auto correct
I know. Auto correct makes the funniest mistakes sometimes.
I used to collect animation art and have a ton of it some here;
But I love vintage circus posters even more..
It made me so angry when Howard belittled Gary for collecting animation cells. It was the only thing I that I thought was cool about Gary. And like the nancypants that Gary is, he succumbed and stopped collecting. What a maroon he is (not to be confused with our beloved maroon!).
Super cool! Never knew much about all that!
me neither.. great to know why the cartoon style changed with 101 Dalmatians. and then after
knew a few peeps would get a kick out of that
wow.. that is super cool, love the circus ones.. my LA roomate's grandfather was a clown for RB way back in the day