In places, utterly brilliant.
The 12 basic principles of animation were developed by the ‘old men’ of Walt Disney Studios, amongst them Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston, during the 1930s. Of course they weren’t old men at the time, but young men who were at the forefront of exciting discoveries that were contributing to the development of a new art form. These principles came as a result of reflection about their practice and through Disney’s desire to use animation to express character and personality.
This movie is my personal take on those principles, applied to simple shapes. Like a cube.
Check also the animated gif gallery here the12principles.tumblr.com/.
A great parody.
Base has perforations so it tears into four squares to use as plates. The top folds to make a box for the leftovers.
Obviously CGI but great fun.
From The Register, news that a man trashed his South Carolina motel room on orders from a prank caller who had told him there was a “midget” imprisoned next door.
I saw Paul Thorne at the 2013 Ealing Comedy Festival. I’m a sucker for a comedy song so here for your viewing pleasure is his Rebekah Brooks Song.
Useful background for Harrier jet pilot Royal Navy Lieutenant Commander Chris Ward who asked Cameron: “I am a Harrier pilot and I have flown 140 odd missions in Afghanistan and I am now potentially facing unemployment. How am I supposed to feel about that, please, sir?”
“(The harrier) A very good piece of kit, provided you don’t use it against a country that has its own airforce”.
“So it’s ideal against the taliban”.