History Awesome / TheThiefAndTheCobbler

6th Aug '15 6:15:14 AM Prinzenick
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** For the latter portion, the original cut was supposed to be the greatest animation epic of all time, so therefore, Williams put in almost half a century's work into each frame, resulting in animation that mirrored CGI because of its sheer perfection, especially the War Machine. The documentary on the film aptly describes the Thief's trek through the collapsing machine as "It looks like someone died making it."

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** For the latter portion, the original cut was supposed to be the greatest animation epic of all time, so therefore, Williams put in almost half a century's work into each frame, resulting in animation that mirrored CGI because of its sheer perfection, especially the War Machine. The documentary on the film aptly describes the Thief's trek through the collapsing machine as "It looks like someone died making it.""
** One of the master animators working on the film, Creator/GrimNatwick, was in his ''90s'' when he animated the witch for the original cut of the film.
20th Nov '14 7:15:46 AM Eegah
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** For the latter portion, the original cut was supposed to be the greatest animation epic of all time, so therefore, Williams put in almost half a century's work into each frame, resulting in animation that mirrored CGI because of its sheer perfection, especially the War Machine.

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** For the latter portion, the original cut was supposed to be the greatest animation epic of all time, so therefore, Williams put in almost half a century's work into each frame, resulting in animation that mirrored CGI because of its sheer perfection, especially the War Machine. The documentary on the film aptly describes the Thief's trek through the collapsing machine as "It looks like someone died making it."
13th Jun '14 9:13:54 AM creader
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* AwesomeAnimation / VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Williams' original scenes are amazingly well animated. Not only is it technically excellent, but the characters also often move and act in very inventive ways: Of particular note is Zigzag's playing cards scene (animated by Williams himself), which ''has'' to be viewed frame-by-frame to catch all the subtleties. In fact, the art was so good that some parts of it, especially the War Machine, looked like animated CGI

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* AwesomeAnimation / VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Williams' original scenes are amazingly well animated. Not only is it technically excellent, but the characters also often move and act in very inventive ways: Of particular note is Zigzag's playing cards scene (animated by Williams himself), which ''has'' to be viewed frame-by-frame to catch all the subtleties. In fact, the art was so good that some parts of it, especially the War Machine, looked like animated CGICGI
** For the latter portion, the original cut was supposed to be the greatest animation epic of all time, so therefore, Williams put in almost half a century's work into each frame, resulting in animation that mirrored CGI because of its sheer perfection, especially the War Machine.
13th Jun '14 9:09:53 AM creader
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* Zigzag's card-shuffling, drawn by Richard Williams himself.
12th Jun '14 7:02:56 AM creader
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* The dying messenger, who, after being shot with numerous arrows and impaled with a flagpole, crawls across the corpse-strewn battlefield, drags himself onto his horse, and rides day and night back to the palace so he can warn them of the oncoming war.

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* The dying messenger, who, after being shot with numerous arrows and impaled with a flagpole, crawls across the corpse-strewn battlefield, drags himself onto his horse, and rides day and night back to the palace so he can warn them of the oncoming war.war.
* AwesomeAnimation / VisualEffectsOfAwesome: Williams' original scenes are amazingly well animated. Not only is it technically excellent, but the characters also often move and act in very inventive ways: Of particular note is Zigzag's playing cards scene (animated by Williams himself), which ''has'' to be viewed frame-by-frame to catch all the subtleties. In fact, the art was so good that some parts of it, especially the War Machine, looked like animated CGI
29th Dec '13 12:53:51 PM AsleepInTheBooks
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* The Escher inspired chase [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daBq278GJlc scene.]]

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* The Escher inspired chase [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daBq278GJlc scene.]]]]
* The dying messenger, who, after being shot with numerous arrows and impaled with a flagpole, crawls across the corpse-strewn battlefield, drags himself onto his horse, and rides day and night back to the palace so he can warn them of the oncoming war.
31st Jul '13 10:58:51 PM brownmon
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** The whole recobbled edition in general, removing the pop-culture references, disconnected dialogue and most of the OffModel animation in order to present it as the original animated epic it was supposed to be.
15th Jul '12 7:42:09 AM Quanyails
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* The Thief stealing back the three golden balls as [[spoiler: the One-Eye's death machine collapses around, over and behind him]] ''and'' escaping without so much as a ''scratch''. If that isn't totally awesome, I don't know what is.

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* The Thief stealing back the three golden balls as [[spoiler: the One-Eye's death machine collapses around, over and behind him]] ''and'' escaping without so much as a ''scratch''. If that isn't totally awesome, I don't know what is.
1st May '12 11:58:49 PM nomuru2d
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* The Thief stealing back the three golden balls as [[spoiler: the One-Eyes' death machine collapses around, over and behind him]] ''and'' escaping without so much as a ''scratch''. If that isn't totally awesome, I don't know what is.

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* The Thief stealing back the three golden balls as [[spoiler: the One-Eyes' One-Eye's death machine collapses around, over and behind him]] ''and'' escaping without so much as a ''scratch''. If that isn't totally awesome, I don't know what is.



* Tack [[spoiler: takes a level or two in Badassery and destroys the whole One Eyes' death machine with one single well-aimed nail]].

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* Tack [[spoiler: takes a level or two in Badassery and destroys the whole of One Eyes' Eye's death machine with one single well-aimed nail]].
10th Apr '12 9:52:38 PM HeadphonesCinderella
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* Zigzag's card-shuffling, drawn by Richard Williams himself.

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* Zigzag's card-shuffling, drawn by Richard Williams himself.himself.
*The Escher inspired chase [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daBq278GJlc scene.]]
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