Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Fun Animation From The Past
Animation used to be so much fun in the past. Take a look at this and tell me if it is not a great piece of animation. I don't know who produced it but I need to find out. If somebody knows, please write to me. UPDATE: Foud out some info about the animator: Mac Perro, by Carlos Costantini Carlos Costantini was born in Buenos Aires. A varied artist, he worked as comics artist, animator, illustrator and musician. As a comics artist, he drew for the magazines Matralla, Tia Vicenta, 4 Patas, Satiricón and the juvenile magazine Billiken, as well as its supplement El Clan de Mac Perro. As an animator, he created among others 'Doña Tele', 'Barbeta y Grunchi', and 'Mac Perro'. The latter became the title character of the Billiken supplement El Clan de Mac Perro in the 1970s. Costantini drew comics with 'Mac Perro', while the Branca-Fernández tandem took on comics with Costanini's other animation creations, 'Doña Tele' and 'Barbeta y Grunchi'.