John Dorian wrote:ThunderCats was produced by Rankin-Bass. It looked like it was an anime.
You're right John. It's Rankin-Bass alright, not Ruby Spears.
John Dorian wrote: That isn't to say that the Borutski designs are all full of awesomeness. While most of them are great (like Daffy, Yosemite, Pete Puma, Speedy, Pepe, Marvin, Sylvester, Tweety, Road Runner, Petunia, Forghorn, Taz, and Elmer), Bugs and Porky needs more constructive work, like making Porky a little fatter, and Bugs having fur visible on his cheeks.
nickramer wrote:Speaking of designs, what about those vintage looking designs that came when "Back in Action" came out? I thought those were lovely and I think they still use them alittle on the Hallmarks cards (actually, they been using alot of different classic type designs of some cards such as a mid-1950's McKimpsons looking Daffy on a Christmas card).
Philo & Gunge wrote:On an unrelated note - I actually like the character designs from Back in Action as well. They had the right balance between the Van Citters designs and almost Disney-like animation style. But maybe that's just me misinterpreting their style.
Thad wrote:I'm sorry, but if you're slamming the work of Jim Smith, you obviously have no concept of what good and bad in animation is. If I had him as part of my team, I'd use everything that came out of his pencil and then some.
These drawings are alright but nothing special.
Let me ask Mr. "Dorian" a question, are you by any chance an employee of the show? Since joining the forum, you've only been promoting and defending this show and seem to have zero interest in discussing anything else.
Toonatic wrote:-It appears the show has no been delayed to May.
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