Wednesday, February 1, 2012

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11 comments:

  1. Love the Keystone Cops inspired cats, very cool to see you bringing your silent comedy influence into your work again!

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  2. Always been a huge admirer of the great comedians of the 1920's. Such a purely visual comedy art form. Brilliant comedians and excellent film-makers.

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  3. Nice drawing ,,,,

    very good,,

    Visit night,,, please visit back

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  4. when i was a little boy, i saw your cartoons in cartoon network and i love it!!!
    all my life i wanted to be an animator!

    now i'm a 24 years old Chilean animator. and it's very difficult in my country live as an animator. but I work hard to prove that animation is amazing!.

    thanks to you, your animations and many others people who made the animation something great!

    PS: my english is horible!.. sorry!

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  5. Today, I was writing a blog for Penn State University where I am finishing my Bachelor degree. The blog was about leadership; and humility was one of the characteristics I remember from some of the best and more effective leaders I met in the business. One of those individuals I very much remember with respect is you. I animated for one of your shows in New Zealand. My name is Adriana Cerrotti.
    It was nice finding you, and your fun designs, here!

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  6. Adriana, you're jogging my memory, that was a long time ago but yes I remember working with you. One of the best animators I ever met.

    Didn't you also work on the George and Junior and Yuckie Duck cartoons I made?

    Thank you for visiting and the very kind words and thoughts are appreciated. Wishing you the best of luck with your studies.

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    1. Pat, I am glad you remember me. We worked together on The Third Pig. It was a lot of fun! I also worked on George and Junior cartoons (from Argentina), but that was before I met you. From New Zealand I moved to Australia and worked in Walt Disney (Little Mermaid II). Then I moved to the USA. I've been leaving in the USA for many years now.

      You are far the best character designer I ever met!

      It was a great pleasure meeting you!

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