This cartoon is excellent. Watch it without smiling, just you go on and try.
Archive for ‘Cartoons’
Two of them today! Readers ahead of the curve may by now have become suspicious that I am yoinking these from somewhere; and that is true: if you’re already a reader of drawn.ca you’ll have seen these before. Whoever thought it would be a fantastic idea to put Kool Keith and Tom Waits on a musical track together, at the same time? A gold star for that person.
I’d kind of like to make a regular thing of this and I’ll try to broaden my search pattern with respect to cartooning and animation blogs; but friends, by all means, if you’ve seen a neat cartoon, drop me a line so that we can share it with the whole class.
When I was a teenager, my best friend and I had this ongoing injoke that you shouldn’t look porcelain dolls directly in the eye or they’d suck the soul right out of you.
Also, if you’re a fan of Octopus Pie – and really, who isn’t – you’ll dig the second cartoon.
It’s an official Dawn Chapel holiday. I made it up just now and I’m in charge and there’s nobody can tell me to not to.
There are four parts to the FOT series (so far) and you can find them all online by clicking through to the Vimeo page. (And that is the voice of the gingerballs dude from Flight of the Conchords, yes.)
Seriously, I think that this is the best time in history to enjoy cartoons, because it’s so easy to get them out there where anyone can see them. The first one’s a stop-motion animation with rabbits in waistcoats and the second one’s an Inuit folktale about a drowned woman.
Here are some cartoons for you to start your Sunday mornings with. Fish made of light and flying machines fashioned after butterflies.