It is weird, I blame our sudden desire for anything to be 60fps or more these days given the way games are. Applying that logic to hand-drawn animation just seems unnecessary, also diminishes the point of how, even at 24fps, we're able to see it move like that with our eyes.I've never understood the point of doing this. It rarely looks any better than the original and most of the time, just looks weird.
I have no idea why anyone would want to do it. Most media wasn't made for it. Tom and Jerry at 60fps moves like a shitty Flash cartoon.I've never understood the point of doing this. It rarely looks any better than the original and most of the time, just looks weird.
Now that is really a loss.It is with a heavy heart that I have to break the news: we just lost Chris Reccardi.
He was, undoubtedly, one of the greats in animation. He was a big part of Ren and Stimpy, especially in the Games years, and worked on just about everything great since then - you name it, he worked on it. He was a great all-around artist.
What a loss the world of animation just suffered.
Also Rocket Robin Hood, and also helping Ralph Bakshi make his first movies!Speaking of 2000-year olds, there's also Max: the 2000-Year Old Mouse (1967), short educational interstitial cartoons from Krantz Films, makers of the 2nd and 3rd seasons of Spider-Man.
They were definitely making these to sell all over, yet they ended up as filler fodder on Canadian TV for decades!They were made in Canada though most of the historical figures and events covered weren't Canadian.
Another Krantz classic is "The Wonderful Stories of Professor Kitzel!"And, yes, Max: the 2000-Year Old Mouse used the same stock music library theme music as Sneak Previews.