My Favorite Animated Scenes: 10-1

10. The Wind Rises (2013)- Running to Naoko The Wind Rises is one of my favorite Hayao Miyazaki films. I won’t say too much about it since I’ve reviewed and analyzed it to death. I couldn’t decide which part of the movie I loved the best until I went back over my review from 2014.  There is oneContinue reading “My Favorite Animated Scenes: 10-1”

The Most Visually Beautiful Animated Films: 10-6

10. Pocahontas, 1995 Heh. . . this is not one of my favorite movies. I find the story, characters and premise dull as toast. Supposedly, this was supposed to be bigger than The Lion King. Unfortunately, it did not have the staying power as a story or a film. Despite my negative opinion of itContinue reading “The Most Visually Beautiful Animated Films: 10-6”

Memorable Moments in Animation: Character Design (10-1)

(Concept maps for the Looney tunes character Bugs Bunny) I am so sorry I haven’t posted for a long time. The last week of school killed my energy and schedule. That aside, here are my last ten character designs. I will do other lists for my memorable moments in animation, however this list has causedContinue reading “Memorable Moments in Animation: Character Design (10-1)”

Movie Review: Disney’s Tarzan (1999)

  Known as the last of the classics from the Disney Renaissance, Tarzan was released June 18, 1999 as Disney’s 37th animated motion picture. It was the first Disney animated film to open in theaters at #1 since Pocahontas (1995) and the most expensive made until Treasure Planet (2002). Interestingly, it is also the only completed animated adaption of Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar RiceContinue reading “Movie Review: Disney’s Tarzan (1999)”