http://bobcampcartoonist.blogspot.no/20 ... sters.html
No wonder the Peoplebusters looked kinda cartoony then, they were designed by a Ren & Stimpy cartoonist.
pyhasanon wrote:Wait, I didn't know Bruce Timm worked on The Real Ghostbusters...?!? He's legendary! I met him at SDCC about 3 years ago, great guy! Thanks for sharing, good stuff!Yup, he also worked on Masters of the universe. I have been searching high and low for art he did for those shows.
RGB4Life wrote:I've known about this for years, it was mentioned in his book Batman Animated. I confirmed this watching the RGB Box Set and seeing his name in the credits.Oh yeah, in the Introduction he wrote circa March 1998. For those curious, the paragraph reads as
Earlier in my career, when I was doing character designs for action-adventure shows like G.I. Joe and Ghostbusters, I was frustrated that the producers and directors always insisted on a design approach that actually worked against the strengths of animation: the characters always had to be drawn "realistically," with "realistic" facial features and anatomy, too many folds in their clothes, and way too much detail overall. Having done assistant-animation work (cleanups and "in-betweens") at Don Bluth Productions, I knew that, at twenty-four drawings per second, every little line had to be drawn thousands of times; the more lines on a character, the less time an animator has to draw those lines correctly, especially on a TV budget and schedule. Result: crappy animation.
Roger Rabbit wrote:I don't understand how his fans could not know, his RGB credits has been listed on his IMDB profile for years.In addition, there is the stigma IMDB isn't always be 100% correct with the information on a given page.
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