Saturday, May 5, 2012

Ken Duncan Studio's Project

My friends at Duncan Studio are trying to complete this great and cool project "My Beastly ABC's and have setup a Kickstarter page where you can pledge any amount to help them achieving their goal. On top of helping out to produce a great piece of animation with beautiful designs, you also have a chance to get amazing and unique gifts and perks. Please, go there and see if you can pledge something. Thanks!

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'.