I thought I’d pull a few examples from my projects to demonstrate some of the issues involved in trying to make the best versions of these things possible.
Tag Archives: Flip the Frog
So many of the Flip The Frog master elements look really excellent, and the restoration effort on this particular set is perhaps my biggest. Here’s an update.
I thought I’d write a little this week about the basic stages of producing a Thunderbean title, using the Flip the Frog Blu-ray set as an example.
As a special treat this week, here is the first restoration we’ve made public: the *almost* finished clean up of A Chinaman’s Chance (1932), with the Celebrity Pictures titles.
There’s no cartoon this week; instead, a sort-of ‘part 1’ update on various projects, all of them
“On the Thunderbean Front”.
One of the creepiest cartoons we’ve ever seen — based on the scary live action grandfather clock face. If this kind of thing scares you too, skip the live action and just watch the animation