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Ep: 79 Animation Legend Ralph Bakshi Kickstarter The Last Days Of Coney Island Wizards 2 tease and EPIC response to critics!

Ep: 79 Animation Legend Ralph Bakshi Kickstarter The Last Days Of Coney Island Wizards 2 tease and EPIC response to critics!






Raplh Bakshi needs our help
to help traditional 2D hand drawn animation.

Time is short! Get over to Ralph’s Kickstarter page and help him produce ” The Last Days Of Coney Island” 2D Traditional Hand Drawn Animated short!

Man vs. Art Episode 72! Tribute to Frida Kahlo

Man vs. Art Episode 72! Tribute to Frida Kahlo






http://media.blubrry.com/manvsart/p/traffic.libsyn.com/manvsart/Man_vs_Art_Episode_72_Frida_Kahlo_Tribute.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 56:09 — 51.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS | More    Frida Kahlo  was born July 6th 1907 in  Coyoacán Mexico.  Perhaps best known for her self-portraits, Kahlo’s art is known for it’s pain,passion, and  extremely vivid colors. Her work is recognized in Mexico as a symbol of indigenous tradition and worldwide by feminists for [..see full post.]

Man vs. Art Episode 71! Where do Artists get their Ideas?

Man vs. Art Episode 71! Where do Artists get their Ideas?






Where do artists get their Ideas? From their sketchbooks! By keeping a sketchbook you will always have a place to go when staring at a blank piece of paper!

Man vs. Art Episode 66! The Thief and The Cobbler.

Man vs. Art Episode 66! The Thief and The Cobbler.






The Thief and the Cobbler was supposed to be the greatest animated feature film ever created! The film is master animator Richard Williams life’s work, a highly revered legend in the animation industry.Williams labored on his dream project for over 30 years. Sadly, his masterpiece suffered a similar fat such as The Magnificent Ambersons and the unfinished Don Quoxite by Orson Welles. Imagine how much it sucks to have your life’s work taken away from you because of money and then released to the public in a form totally different from that you intended. I call this artist’s hell. That’s the tragic and sad story behind The Thief and the Cobbler.

When he began production in 1964, Williams wanted The Thief and the Cobbler to be his masterpiece, and a milestone in the art of animation. Because its complicated animation and independent funding, The Thief and the Cobbler was in and out of production for over three decades. Williams worked for years as a producer of incredible TV commercials. Every cent he earned went into the gradual independent production of The Thief.