There is a lot of good animation out there. The problem is there is a lot more crap. I confess to being a bit of an animation snob. I don’t just want a good story, short or otherwise. I want good posing, great timing, solid character design and acting. Disney could do it on paper in 1967. If you haven’t figured out how they did it by now, I’m not interested.
Every now and then you come across a little animated gem that’s done right. Ormie The Pig, from Arc Productions here in Canada, is one of those gems. Enjoy!
The suction cups on the doors bit was brilliant.
Hee hee! I know! The whole thing harkens back to the classic Warner Brothers shorts, but with the modern twist of snappier timing. I like the trapeze, trampoline and pole vault as well.
That was beyond well done, the bounce and squish, emotes, timing, wonderful, thanks for sharing.
I liked the stuff on screen, the trapeze and other swinging stuff didn’t feel as “right”, given he could have just hung them closer/shorter and succeeded.
I am OK with the trapeze. I don’t take it quite so literally. It is a cartoon after all. ;)
This filled me with so much glee. Haven’t seen a short this funny in a long time.
Thanks for posting it! :)
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