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Feb 16, 2006

The Renaissance

There's a great two part article over at AWN written by Tom Sito entitled, "The Late, Great, 2D Animation Renaissance". It's really worth a read if you have the time. Especially if you're an up and coming animator, shall we say an eighties child. The article spans the 80s and 90s and talks about the rise of greats such as Keane, Goldberg, and Deja (and the reasoning behind their, at the time, bloated salaries). Plus there's all sorts of fun facts in there that I was unaware of. For example, I had no idea Disney owned the rights to The Lord of the Rings throughout the sixties. Can you imagine if they did something with it?

The Late, Great, 2D Animation Renaissance — Part 1

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