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9th Jun '18 1:47:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''Magazine/{{MAD}}''. Mort Drucker and Tom Richmond are some of the greatest caricaturists of all time, and special mention goes to Al Jaffee and his magnificent[[CrowningMomentOfFunny (ly hilarious) ]] Fold-in.

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* ''Magazine/{{MAD}}''. Mort Drucker and Tom Richmond are some of the greatest caricaturists of all time, and special mention goes to Al Jaffee and his magnificent[[CrowningMomentOfFunny magnificent[[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments (ly hilarious) ]] Fold-in.
25th May '18 1:40:43 PM Ninja857142
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* ''VideoGame/LuminoCity'' is a stunning puzzle game with a bright, colorful visual style that's literally built by hand out of paper, cardboard and various bits and bobs of mixed media. Only a few elements, such as the characters, appear to be CGI.
22nd May '18 6:13:43 PM Vilui
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* The ''Anime/{{Genocyber}}'' OVA's use some incredibly slick animation and the sheer amount of detail maintained in it's {{Gorn}} and LudicrousGibs is truly staggering. They basically turn bloodbath's into an artform.

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* The ''Anime/{{Genocyber}}'' OVA's [=OVAs=] use some incredibly slick animation and the sheer amount of detail maintained in it's {{Gorn}} and LudicrousGibs is truly staggering. They basically turn bloodbath's into an artform.



* ''[[VideoGame/AdvancedVariableGeo Advanced V.G. II]]'': For such an old game, it has amazing [[TheNineties '90's style]] anime visuals and character designs, to compliment its gameplay. And with such detailed narrative [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dl9YvGKTyAM cutscenes]] ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOTaSivc1Mc like these]]'', it's no wonder they finally decided to just make an {{OVA}} of it.

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* ''[[VideoGame/AdvancedVariableGeo Advanced V.G. II]]'': For such an old game, it has amazing [[TheNineties '90's '90s style]] anime visuals and character designs, to compliment its gameplay. And with such detailed narrative [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dl9YvGKTyAM cutscenes]] ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LOTaSivc1Mc like these]]'', it's no wonder they finally decided to just make an {{OVA}} of it.



* Many cartoons of the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930's]], especially the cartoons made by Creator/WaltDisney and their competitors such as Creator/FleischerStudios and HarmanIsing, produced some of the most ambitious short cartoon films ever made, and set a technical standard seldom surpassed since. The characters move fluidly and gracefully, with their designs often featuring illustration level details (especially in the WesternAnimation/HappyHarmonies and WesternAnimation/MGMOneshotCartoons) there are countless crowd shots and impressive effects animation work, and the background art and colors have masterful craftsmanship and composition theory. Meanwhile, Fleischer Studios, prompted to emulate Disney, still held their own by incorporating brilliant color theory with their own stylized character designs and animation in shorts like the ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' and the three ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' [[WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor color]] [[WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves specials]], and they even used three-dimensional tabletop sets that they optically combined the animation with--and this predated Disney's own use of the multiplane camera in "Disney/TheOldMill"! Their short "Play Safe" even combines their tabletop sets with a stop motion train!

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* Many cartoons of the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930's]], 1930s]], especially the cartoons made by Creator/WaltDisney and their competitors such as Creator/FleischerStudios and HarmanIsing, produced some of the most ambitious short cartoon films ever made, and set a technical standard seldom surpassed since. The characters move fluidly and gracefully, with their designs often featuring illustration level details (especially in the WesternAnimation/HappyHarmonies and WesternAnimation/MGMOneshotCartoons) there are countless crowd shots and impressive effects animation work, and the background art and colors have masterful craftsmanship and composition theory. Meanwhile, Fleischer Studios, prompted to emulate Disney, still held their own by incorporating brilliant color theory with their own stylized character designs and animation in shorts like the ''WesternAnimation/ColorClassics'' and the three ''WesternAnimation/{{Popeye}}'' [[WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsSindbadTheSailor color]] [[WesternAnimation/PopeyeTheSailorMeetsAliBabasFortyThieves specials]], and they even used three-dimensional tabletop sets that they optically combined the animation with--and this predated Disney's own use of the multiplane camera in "Disney/TheOldMill"! Their short "Play Safe" even combines their tabletop sets with a stop motion train!



* Animator Mark Kausler's independent short films "It's the Cat" and "There Must Be Some Other Cat". Besides being amazing one-man animation shows with hilarious 30's style cartoon animation, "Other Cat", along with the short films "The Last Belle" and "Imitation of Life", shares the distinction of being one of the last animated films ever made to use the menial, painstaking craft of traditonal hand-inked and hand painted cels and 35mm physical film--a true rarity in contemporary animation.

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* Animator Mark Kausler's independent short films "It's the Cat" and "There Must Be Some Other Cat". Besides being amazing one-man animation shows with hilarious 30's 30s style cartoon animation, "Other Cat", along with the short films "The Last Belle" and "Imitation of Life", shares the distinction of being one of the last animated films ever made to use the menial, painstaking craft of traditonal hand-inked and hand painted cels and 35mm physical film--a true rarity in contemporary animation.



* Creator/JohnKricfalusi's ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''. Finally after a long mainstream absence since the 1950's (besides the stuff Creator/{{TMS|Entertainment}} was animating) does a piece of animation made for TV reclaim the same artistic wild Bob Clampett-style or Creator/TexAvery-inspired flair grace the screen, not to mention the return of storyboard-driven art, and subtle-yet-exaggerated acting and John K's strict policy of hyphenated, complex character expressions, color theory and general rule of never drawing the same expression twice. Or at least in the better produced episodes like "Big House Blues", "Stimpy's Invention", "Space Madness and "Sven Hoek". Adult Party Cartoon raised the bar even higher by having some of the most ambitious, slick made-for-tv cartoon animation ever (episodes like "Ren Seeks Help" and "Fire Dogs II" not only have amazing hand-painted backgrounds, fluid walk cycles and amazing character acting, but even fully animated, three-dimensional backgrounds in some scenes) At times hit-and-miss, but especially in that highly valued second season. Never anything quite like it since the old Warner shorts (and the stuff TMS animated), and certainly nothing quite like it ever again (unless TMS starts opening up animation services for more Western Animated productions besides ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternFirstFlight'').
* ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', considering that it was one of the first (and arguably the best) shows completely rendered in 3D. The amazing thing about this show is while it may look pretty tame by today's standards, it was created in the early 90's when they only had Windows 3.1, the first version of Windows to work with, and still maintained a high level of quality [[ArtEvolution which increased substantially in later seasons.]]

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* Creator/JohnKricfalusi's ''WesternAnimation/TheRenAndStimpyShow''. Finally after a long mainstream absence since the 1950's 1950s (besides the stuff Creator/{{TMS|Entertainment}} was animating) does a piece of animation made for TV reclaim the same artistic wild Bob Clampett-style or Creator/TexAvery-inspired flair grace the screen, not to mention the return of storyboard-driven art, and subtle-yet-exaggerated acting and John K's strict policy of hyphenated, complex character expressions, color theory and general rule of never drawing the same expression twice. Or at least in the better produced episodes like "Big House Blues", "Stimpy's Invention", "Space Madness and "Sven Hoek". Adult Party Cartoon raised the bar even higher by having some of the most ambitious, slick made-for-tv cartoon animation ever (episodes like "Ren Seeks Help" and "Fire Dogs II" not only have amazing hand-painted backgrounds, fluid walk cycles and amazing character acting, but even fully animated, three-dimensional backgrounds in some scenes) At times hit-and-miss, but especially in that highly valued second season. Never anything quite like it since the old Warner shorts (and the stuff TMS animated), and certainly nothing quite like it ever again (unless TMS starts opening up animation services for more Western Animated productions besides ''WesternAnimation/GreenLanternFirstFlight'').
* ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', considering that it was one of the first (and arguably the best) shows completely rendered in 3D. The amazing thing about this show is while it may look pretty tame by today's standards, it was created in the early 90's 90s when they only had Windows 3.1, the first version of Windows to work with, and still maintained a high level of quality [[ArtEvolution which increased substantially in later seasons.]]
16th May '18 7:56:24 PM magewarrior14
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* VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou is no slouch in this department. The art direction and character designs are incredibly stylized, with thick outlines and the right amount of shading to help make the environment feel even more lively, giving the game a very pleasing comic book like aesthetic that still holds up even to this day.
14th May '18 12:17:57 PM DaFlabbagasta
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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' is defiantly a great example with Eyvind Earle's influence all over it.

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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' is defiantly definitely a great example with Eyvind Earle's influence all over it.
14th May '18 12:16:07 PM JRSL88
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** ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' is defiantly a great example with Eyvind Earle's influence all over it.
14th May '18 12:10:54 PM JRSL88
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** Any film with Mary Blair's influence: ''Disney/TheThreeCaballeros'', ''SongOfTheSouth'', ''Disney/MelodyTime'', ''Disney/{{Cinderella}}'', ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'', and ''Disney/PeterPan''.
7th May '18 10:45:36 PM Riveter
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* Daria Cohens WebAnimation/TheVampair Series has beautifully illustrated, fluid animation that sync hes up with the music perfectly. Even more amazing when you know it was all made by the one animator.

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* Daria Cohens WebAnimation/TheVampair Series has beautifully illustrated, fluid animation that sync hes syncs up with the music perfectly. Even more amazing when you know it was all made by the one animator.
7th May '18 10:33:50 PM Riveter
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* Daria Cohens WebAnimation/TheVampair Series has beautifully illustrated, fluid animation that matches the music perfectly.

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* Daria Cohens WebAnimation/TheVampair Series has beautifully illustrated, fluid animation that matches sync hes up with the music perfectly.perfectly. Even more amazing when you know it was all made by the one animator.
7th May '18 9:27:47 PM Riveter
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* Daria Cohens WebAnimation/TheVampair Series has beautifully illustrated fluid animation that matches the music perfectly.

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* Daria Cohens WebAnimation/TheVampair Series has beautifully illustrated illustrated, fluid animation that matches the music perfectly.
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