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6th Jul '17 11:04:24 PM TPercival
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* In ''WesternAnimation/QuestForCamelot'', the main villain Ruber can sometimes have his pupils disappear briefly for one frame. Also in the song ''On my Father's wings'', Kayley's lips don't move in sync with the song in the last verse.
18th Jun '17 9:37:37 AM nombretomado
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* Max Fleischer's ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'' is ''extremely'' unstable in its animation quality. Some scenes are fairly well drawn and animated (the first scenes with the Kings, Gulliver's meticulously {{rotoscop|ing}}ed animation) to absolutely abysmal (i.e., the scene where Gabby falls into Gulliver's hand early in the film, some of the crowd shots). This was undoubtedly a result of its rushed deadline, plus the mixed influx of East Coast and West Coast animators working on the film, some of whom were literally hired off the street and given animation cram courses in a matter of ''hours'' before getting to work. As such, the film suffers not only from a mix of sloppy and professional animation, but also floaty, mushy inbetweens and sloppy inking. There are even some design-wise off model moments (i.e., Gabby's eyes tend to be drawn differently depending on the artist). There's a reason WaltDisney quipped that [[InsultToRocks "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators."]]

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* Max Fleischer's ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'' is ''extremely'' unstable in its animation quality. Some scenes are fairly well drawn and animated (the first scenes with the Kings, Gulliver's meticulously {{rotoscop|ing}}ed animation) to absolutely abysmal (i.e., the scene where Gabby falls into Gulliver's hand early in the film, some of the crowd shots). This was undoubtedly a result of its rushed deadline, plus the mixed influx of East Coast and West Coast animators working on the film, some of whom were literally hired off the street and given animation cram courses in a matter of ''hours'' before getting to work. As such, the film suffers not only from a mix of sloppy and professional animation, but also floaty, mushy inbetweens and sloppy inking. There are even some design-wise off model moments (i.e., Gabby's eyes tend to be drawn differently depending on the artist). There's a reason WaltDisney Creator/WaltDisney quipped that [[InsultToRocks "We can make a better film than that with our second-string animators."]]
9th May '17 8:24:18 AM Vrahno
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* Off model animation was deliberately pushed to the extreme in the little-known 1980 Hungarian animated film ''Foam Bath'', in which the appearance and the art style of characters and objects varies wildly from shot to shot, often shifting into masses of abstract shapes corresponding to the broad mood swings.

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* Off model animation was deliberately pushed to the extreme in the little-known 1980 1979 Hungarian animated film ''Foam Bath'', ''Animation/FoamBath'', in which the appearance and the art style of characters and objects varies wildly from shot to shot, often shifting into masses of abstract shapes corresponding to the broad mood swings.
7th May '17 9:57:36 AM nombretomado
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* Happens in almost every scene in ''TransformersTheMovie'', despite having a higher budget than the series itself. Most egregious examples include Unicron's overall size in comparison to a planet (I.E he's able to stand on top of Cybertron in one scene while in the previous scene he was bigger than said planet), several mis-colorations (Starscream's chest when mocking the fallen Megatron, Rumble being the same color as Frenzy in one scene) and characters being in a place when they shouldn't be (Swoop's leg at Autobot City, Thundercracker and Skywarp at Starscream's coronation, the Insecticons in several scenes) amongst several others.

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* Happens in almost every scene in ''TransformersTheMovie'', ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformersTheMovie'', despite having a higher budget than the series itself. Most egregious examples include Unicron's overall size in comparison to a planet (I.E he's able to stand on top of Cybertron in one scene while in the previous scene he was bigger than said planet), several mis-colorations (Starscream's chest when mocking the fallen Megatron, Rumble being the same color as Frenzy in one scene) and characters being in a place when they shouldn't be (Swoop's leg at Autobot City, Thundercracker and Skywarp at Starscream's coronation, the Insecticons in several scenes) amongst several others.
22nd Feb '17 7:31:47 AM Vrahno
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* Off model animation was deliberately pushed to the extreme in the little-known 1980 Hungarian animated film ''Foam Bath'', in which the appearance and the art style of characters and objects varies wildly from shot to shot, often shifting into masses of abstract shapes corresponding to the broad mood swings.
17th Jan '17 5:56:11 PM kablammin45
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** Thanks to the lower animation quality and possibly the film's LighterAndSofter tone, numerous scenes in the Direct-to-DVD sequel ''Disney/MulanII'' have various characters from the first movie falling under this. (Such as Mulan in [[http://i.imgur.com/qNfolXK.png this frame]].) However, [[http://i.imgur.com/Ab7bvP8.png Shang's]] [[http://i.imgur.com/EMPtzDW.png facial]] [[http://i.imgur.com/Xf5jOvb.png expressions]] as he and Mulan have a falling-out really take the cake.
17th Sep '16 10:52:07 AM JPO398
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** During the scene with Mufasa's ghost (right before the "Remember who you are" speech), Simba's eyes turn white for a split second, despite being yellow for the scene. The same happens to Mufasa during the pouncing lesson (when he says "Let an old pro show you how it's done").
14th Sep '16 10:33:50 AM TommyTiger
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* During the first chase scene from ''Disney/TheAristocats'', one of the two dogs attacking Edgar mysteriously gains a collar just so he can be yanked upwards by the windmill's blades.

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* During the first time Napoleon and Lafayette chase scene Edgar from ''Disney/TheAristocats'', one of the two dogs attacking Edgar Lafayette mysteriously gains a collar just so he can be yanked upwards by the windmill's blades.



** And let's ''definitely'' not even get us started on how many elephants were used for the "Pyramid of Pachyderms" scene.

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** And let's ''definitely'' not even get us started on how many elephants were used for the "Pyramid of Pachyderms" scene.Pachyderms".



* ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. Interestingly, it's not quality that suffers in this example - the animators seem to just forget what they're supposed to be drawing. When the forest animals are following Snow White into the Dwarfs' house, a rabbit hops behind another rabbit ''and comes out as a squirrel!'' Disney was so embarrassed it had a demo video taken off Website/YouTube.

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* ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''. Interestingly, it's not quality that suffers in this example - the animators seem to just forget what they're supposed to be drawing. When the forest animals are following Snow White into the Dwarfs' house, a rabbit hops behind another rabbit ''and '''''and comes out as a squirrel!'' squirrel!''''' Disney was so embarrassed it had a demo video taken off Website/YouTube.



* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' during the final race scene, the King's eyes actually change from brown to blue when he is crashed by [[BigBad Chick Hicks]]. His eyes then turn back to brown just right when he is helped by Lightning [=McQueen=] into crossing the finish line.

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* At the end of ''WesternAnimation/{{Cars}}'' during the final race scene, race, the King's eyes actually change from brown to blue when he is crashed by [[BigBad Chick Hicks]]. His eyes then turn back to brown just right when he is helped by Lightning [=McQueen=] into crossing the finish line.



* During the first Elephant Patrol scene from ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', Colonel Hathi accidentally breaks his bamboo cane, but in the next scene, Hathi's cane is inexplicably repaired!

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* During the first appearance of the Elephant Patrol scene from ''Disney/TheJungleBook'', Colonel Hathi accidentally breaks his bamboo cane, but in the next scene, Hathi's cane is inexplicably repaired!



* Happens in almost every scene in ''TransformersTheMovie'', despite having a higher budget than the series itself. Most egregious examples include Unicron's overall size in comparison to a planet (I.E he's able to stand on top of Cybertron in one scene while in the previous scene he was bigger then said planet), several mis-colorations (Starscream's chest when mocking the fallen Megatron, Rumble being the same color as Frenzy in one scene) and characters being in a place when they shouldn't be (Swoop's leg at Autobot City, Thundercracker and Skywarp at Starscream's coronation, the Insecticons in several scenes) amongst several others.

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* Happens in almost every scene in ''TransformersTheMovie'', despite having a higher budget than the series itself. Most egregious examples include Unicron's overall size in comparison to a planet (I.E he's able to stand on top of Cybertron in one scene while in the previous scene he was bigger then than said planet), several mis-colorations (Starscream's chest when mocking the fallen Megatron, Rumble being the same color as Frenzy in one scene) and characters being in a place when they shouldn't be (Swoop's leg at Autobot City, Thundercracker and Skywarp at Starscream's coronation, the Insecticons in several scenes) amongst several others.



* ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'', of all places, does this briefly during the scene where Fievel finds himself in a bottle. Right after Fievel sees a partially finished Statue of Liberty and before washing up on shore, he doesn't look much like himself and his fingers are bigger.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AnAmericanTail'', of all places, films, does this briefly during the scene where Fievel finds himself in a bottle. Right after Fievel sees a partially finished Statue of Liberty and before washing up on shore, he doesn't look much like himself and his fingers are bigger.



** Possibly she's wearing mascara during the feminine scenes, and has stopped plucking or otherwise altering her eyebrows since joining the army.

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** Possibly she's wearing mascara during the feminine scenes, when she was acting feminine, and has stopped plucking or otherwise altering her eyebrows since joining the army.



* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', Belle seems to have two different character models - one for her one-on-one scenes with her father, and another for the rest of the film. This may be a side-effect of a (reportedly) rushed production.
* In the Creator/{{Rankin Bass|Productions}} adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer'', in the very beginning of the Elf Practice scene, the Head Elf has a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbxcHVmdJos very different speaking voice]] for a few lines. It's easy to miss, but quite obvious once pointed out.

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* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', Belle seems to have two different character models - one for her one-on-one scenes when she's with her father, and another for the rest of the film. This may be a side-effect of a (reportedly) rushed production.
* In the Creator/{{Rankin Bass|Productions}} adaptation of ''WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer'', in the very beginning of the Elf Practice scene, Practice, the Head Elf has a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbxcHVmdJos very different speaking voice]] for a few lines. It's easy to miss, but quite obvious once pointed out.



* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' makes use of smear animation, and has a few frames where models are distorted to give the impression of more fluid movement. One notable example is during the chase scene in Little Rodentia, where Judy hops and dives to avoid an incoming projectile... but not before making [[http://i.imgur.com/jKwC907l.jpg this face]].

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'' makes use of smear animation, and has a few frames where models are distorted to give the impression of more fluid movement. One notable example is during the chase scene when Judy chases Duke Weaseltown in Little Rodentia, where Judy she hops and dives to avoid an incoming projectile... but not before making [[http://i.imgur.com/jKwC907l.jpg this face]].
30th Aug '16 9:39:37 AM Kayube
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** Gandalf the White briefly returns to his old clothes before entering King Théoden's palace.
31st Jul '16 6:30:55 AM looneynightmare
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* In the GoldenFilms version of ''Literature/TheLittleMermaid'' when Lena the mermaid comes to the surface at one point her head becomes bigger than the rest of her body.
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