One of Us - Adam Savage and Grant Imahara
- Adam Savage is a geek to rival all geeks. When he’s booked at a convention, he sews his own costumes and spends the time he’s not doing panels wandering around.
- He’s also known for making models for fun, including the most accurate reproduction of The Maltese Falcon.
- Grant Imahara once went to a convention dressed as the Tenth Doctor. He has worn a Battlestar Galactica uniform as well.
wHAT I DIDN’T KNOW THIS AAAAAAAAH I LOVE THEM EVEN MORE NOW OMG
DAMN IT DISNEY
All utterly forgivable.
YUP. Every time people complain about this, I hear disney artists say “YEAH. WE DID THAT. WE ALSO DREW ENTIRE FILMS BY HAND. FUCK YOU.”
idgaf man, can you gather a group of people to make an hour-long hand-illustrated feature film in an era where they didn’t have photoshop to conveniently fill in colors for us so you have to draw and color every single 24 frames for every second, 1440 frames for each every minute, and 86000+ frames for an hour-long movie
“YEAH. WE DID THAT. WE ALSO DREW ENTIRE FILMS BY HAND. FUCK YOU.”
Seriously, folks. What was it, 30 hand drawn frames per second? In an era before computers? And most if not all of these films are considered classics? Nitpickers for the lose.
I love finding moments like this, where it’s obvious that they reused poses or footage. I think it’s interesting. It’s like watching The Sword in the Stone, or whatever it’s called, and seeing all the sketch lines. Or realizing that the ballroom scene in Sleeping Beauty was reused at the end of Beauty and the Beast. I like it. It shows that, even though these movies were made 5, 10, or 50 years apart, they were made in the same spirit. And yes, 24 or 30 frames per minute - try it. You’ll be copying anything you can find to save yourself from going mad.