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Super creepy early animation technique – Syncro Vox, with actor’s lips pasted on animated characters

Super creepy early animation technique - Syncro Vox, with actor's lips pasted on animated characters 6

Super creepy early animation technique – Syncro Vox, with actor’s lips pasted on animated characters



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  1. I’ve recently been studying the old TV animation (Clutch Cargo, Space Angel, Captain Fathom) and the ‘cutout animation’ of Terry Gilliam and how they relate to the paper doll sort of animation featured in Japanese visual novel games and, most recently, ‘sticker pack’ commission art used by YouTubers and other social media. In spite of all the technology developed since the early days of TV, we still have the same essential problems with the economy of animation, and so with each new kind of media we try to bring it to, still resort to the same sorts of tricks to try and get by with the minimum necessary human drawing overhead.

  2. Clutch Cargo has a couple of really good mysteries. If you’re at all interested in this, have any interest in Johnny Quest or the Venture Bros, and can get past the animation, you should definitely try a few full episodes.

  3. I remember seeing a documentary regarding animation’s transition into television. This was right before Hanna Barbara dominated the industry. Animation studios were trying to figure out how to create a bunch of episodes while keeping costs down and this was one of the solutions. Hanna Barbara had a few tricks that are now established practices, like repeating backgrounds and character modularity (how Yogi Bear’s tie covers the separation between his body and head). This allowed them to churn out dozens of shows at a fraction of the cost of traditional animation.

  4. I was at a taco bar for a birthday party a few months ago and they had these playings on all the screens. After a few tequilas I was mesmerized/pretty tripped out. Thanks for reminding me.

  5. Do I want these images to be burnt into my brain for all of eternity? No, no I don’t. But does that stop these images from being burnt into my brain for all of eternity? No, no it doesn’t

  6. lol I remember watching one less than 15 years ago – it seemed to be an instructional video for kids. I remember the human lips under the cartoon. No one in my family cared about my observations.

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