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Funny Birds



This post accompanies John K.'s "What Do Cartoon Directors Do Anyway? Ask Bob and Tex" post.

These screengrabs are from Tex Avery's "Aloha Hooey" (1942).







Some underwater Scribner acting...



10 Comments:

At 6:37 PM, Blogger JohnK said...

Hey Mark

thanks again for all your help. This stuff is so fun to look at!

John

 
At 6:45 PM, Blogger Marc Deckter said...

No problem! I'm happy to contribute!

 
At 8:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Marc! Animation studies have never been as thorough or effortless as they are in this here internet age. Thanks to people like you, Andreas, John, Thad K, and countless other selfless promoters of knowledge.
Regards, Chris

 
At 8:49 PM, Blogger Marc Deckter said...

Hi Chris - thanks! I totally agree - the internet is proving to be an extremely valuable tool for our cartoon educations.

 
At 9:03 PM, Blogger Shawn said...

Thanks for the work you did! I can look at those cartoon images all day. They're better than internet porn!

 
At 1:35 AM, Blogger C. A. M. Thompson said...

Beautiful stuff! This Scribner stuff is such eye candy.

 
At 12:38 PM, Blogger Marc Deckter said...

Haha! Thanks Shawn!

 
At 12:41 PM, Blogger Marc Deckter said...

Hi Kappappa - thanks for visiting my candy shop.

 
At 1:20 PM, Blogger MikeMatei said...

i like under water scenes in old cartoons. like when wile e coyote would fall from a hot air balloon or something and real small you'd see a little splash. then they cut to him underwater and there'd be a fish giving him a funny look

 
At 10:30 PM, Blogger Marc Deckter said...

Hi Mike - yeah, underwater scenes are great. It seems like half of "Hare Ribbin'" takes place underwater - and its all great!

 

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