hey Mike C

Since I’ve been watching a lot of Sesame Street lately, I was wondering
which animation was it that you worked on back in the day?


Rodney Blackwell

Re: hey Mike C

in article d7j34a$fj2$1@server1.darklock.com, Rodney Blackwell at
rodney@webdiscuss.com wrote on 05/31/2005 11:33 AM:

> Since I’ve been watching a lot of Sesame Street lately, I was wondering
> which animation was it that you worked on back in the day?

There were about 12 animations that I helped do. They sort of have a look,
bigger pixels, wiggly lines, strange character bodies, not smooth “Disney”
like animation.

The link will show you samples…

Mike
Site at: http://www.artistmike.com
Certificate Design at: http://www.artistmike.com/CertificateDesigns/1.html
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Re: hey Mike C

That’s cool…I just saw your “Boy Who Ate the Sun” on Sesame Street
yesterday.

I like that one :slight_smile:


Rodney

“mike” <mike@artistmike.com> wrote in message
news:BEC47F8E.2B5DC%mike@artistmike.com…
> in article d7j34a$fj2$1@server1.darklock.com, Rodney Blackwell at
> rodney@webdiscuss.com wrote on 05/31/2005 11:33 AM:
>
>> Since I’ve been watching a lot of Sesame Street lately, I was wondering
>> which animation was it that you worked on back in the day?
>
>
> There were about 12 animations that I helped do. They sort of have a
> look,
> bigger pixels, wiggly lines, strange character bodies, not smooth “Disney”
> like animation.
>
> http://www.artistmike.com/SesameStreet/Sesame1.html
>
> The link will show you samples…
>
>
> Mike
> Site at: http://www.artistmike.com
> Certificate Design at: http://www.artistmike.com/CertificateDesigns/1.html
> Logos at: http://www.artistmike.com/NewLogos2002/Logos2002.08a.html
>