I can't get YouTube on my network. Can you provide a little synopsis of the points about Ken that are covered?
In the clip Eric talks about how Ken Harris was capable of turning out 30 ft. a week of top quality character animation by being extremely efficient with his charting and the placement of his breakdowns .
On a different subject, but has anybody noticed the similarity to the Thief losing his backscratchers and the Mad Hatter losing his hat in the Alice in Wonderland movie? It looks like a homage. Also there was a dark beer animated advert a couple of years ago with soldiers bouncing on drums. I could be wrong though.
Losing his hat?? Walt's cartoon adaptation or Tim Burton's messed-up sequel?
Hi Maurice. I was thinking of Tim Burton's movie, which I thought was great. Mad Hatter puts his hat on to avoid having his head chopped off. Same idea as in "the Thief" where the Thief uses backscratchers to avoid having his hands chopped off.I could be delusional though!
Not so. The Theif never had a "doppleganger" to escape his hand-less situation, he relaied on pure wit (despite the fact he's an idiot). The Chester Cat transformed himself into Mad Hatter, with one major detail being his hat (the only real wardrobe), to make the act convincing for the real Hatter to escape unseen.I doubt that even WAS an homage. Similar predictaments don't always count as pariodes.
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