These are the ones that scare us, move us, crack us up and remind us of how fun and moving it is to watch cartoons, etc. After Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski finished working together on the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, they re-teamed for this imaginatively oddball animated western, about a pet lizard who gets stranded in a desert town and becomes its reluctant savior. Rango references everything from Clint Eastwood's "Man with No Name" pictures to Depp's own gonzo Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, but what makes this a must-see are the surreal visual gags and deadpan tone — it's like a cartoon version of a Coen brothers comedy. White's beloved children's novel about Wilbur the pig and his friend Charlotte the spider was turned into a musical with earwormy songs by the Sherman Brothers Mary Poppins, Jungle Book : one never really forgets Templeton the rat dancing through a fairground gorging himself on trash and singing "the fair is a veritable smorgasborg-orgasborg-orgasborg! Most associate Japan's hugely influential animation studio Studio Ghibli with the work of legendary co-founder Hayao Miyazaki.
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50. Mickey Mouse
The series premiered on April 1, on The WB , and was removed on May 20 of that year, leaving the last five episodes unaired. The remaining episodes were later aired on Cartoon Network 's late night programming block Adult Swim , and later aired on Teletoon 's "Teletoon Unleashed" later become former block Teletoon at Night block. The series is loosely based on a series of characters introduced in a picture book entitled Creepy Susie and 13 Other Tragic Tales for Troubled Children. Television , and the theme song for the show was composed and performed by They Might Be Giants.
Constructing and developing a character is not merely a matter of drawing the figure, each character also has its own shape, personality, features, and mannerisms. The animator has to take these qualities into consideration to make the characters seem lifelike and believable. For example, there are various personality types such as "goofy," "cute," and "screwball". Think about the type of character you wish to design, then use the diagrams and guides shown in this chapter to begin your drawing. When creating a character, you should begin by drawing rough "idea" sketches. These will give you a direction for the type and nature of the character you wish to create. Develop the basic shape of the figure, then add the features and other details.
The second golden age of animation is well under way, with Aardman, Miyazaki, Disney Pixar and DreamWorks rolling out rather good stories on a fairly regular basis. But which characters of the stop-motion, CG or hand-drawn world really make the grade? Which existing characters made the leap from short form to full-length feature with their dignity intact? How do the newcomers really compare to old hands of earlier eras? Read on to find out The most famous cartoon of all time, all the way down here? Why yes, because Mickey Mouse has never been a big character in feature-length animation, and his best performance was in a tiny segment of classical music oddity Fantasia.