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"dina topa" Discussed on Hat Of Many Things
"So moving on from drastic part can all of the surrounding media that's built up over the is that must be other dinosaurs of note, besides Bonnie I. Think probably isn't worth mentioning other than to joke about. All the other dinosaur things pop culture. Did you really enjoy all want to take the? The land before time. Oh Yes I cried as a child obeyed. Doug I wrong. Need to is not. First one is the first one is the other like sixteen movies. Land, before time actually now the land almost in the present time because there were so many of them. Yeah, now I remember that. Is also another movie that had a good use of scary. T REX, because they like ab dinosaurs and like. In the traditional kind of cartoon style that like. Oh, we're going to just have tectonic plates happening like a matter of minutes. And that causes them to go on an adventure to find this. Let Promised Land, but there's definitely a lot of really creepy scenes of T. rex like shadow, which is really good. Scary as a kid, but definitely. When up thirteen direct to video sequels? Were Fourteen of this film what? My Brother Watch most of them. I should know how to sit through. That many of the things that I rarely watch ice age will in no way. Am I comparing the two is got something. That's almost like an excellent. That's not even a propaganda so. So that is like taking a stretch of running with it, the how dinosaurs in defense treat at. Do true that they did and they would. They would locally. They were as maybe that's where I thought Caveman. DONOSO's around the same time you'll up at you is. Did you ever watch? Dinosaurs I think there's just go dinosaurs, which is the the like people in suits comedy show? By I think it was Disney. Like has like the most dystopia via episode, because just like they get wiped out, they become extinct I. Mean I'm googling this now of. Really didn't like it. Oh, good laws! That's not right. I really don't like that at all. Yeah? No, it's pretty well. That's really not expected when you describe. That doesn't like hiring flying puppets. And they've got Hammond safe. Reheat a creepy. Oh, that's messed up, but the insurance. The shirts from could enjoy. Trying to. Something and it's just gone because I've seen that picture and knows who. Yoshi Yoshi Dinosaur. Yoshi is a dinosaur. How ranges? POW that. Ranger zone episodes in the original power ages right triceps resort has. Wrecks from Toy Story. Yes, he is a toy dinosaur, but he is indeed. voiced by everyone's favorite inconceivable actor. Yeah that's yes, it's the same guy. Up. Just Google like I don't want to ten favorite pop culture dinosaurs, okay I. The the point is rex from nine the museum, but the also dinosaur countless. Then you got baby dinosaurs. Defense Turns grumpy. The lost one that. I do not remember that. A twelve off North Dakota is. Just as his, he's fights with other dinosaur ATIS were less scary than. 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"dina topa" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Can find that link at my website. Quip stor dot net. Today I'm going to be getting into the third part of a three part series leading at Queens of bean in fantasy films from the nineteen eighties. Already looked at return to Oz my previous episode as well as Willow in one before that this week. I'm going around it out with a an animated feature from Nineteen eighty-three. It is by Ralph Bakshi and it is called Fire and ice it's a PG rated film does have violence partial nudity and mild language. This kind of bill would probably be at least. Pg Thirteen today. The run time is an hour and twenty one minutes the cast well. It's all over the place because they had different people to act in different people to do the voices casually some of them were the same but the actors for an animated feature included Randy Norton. Cynthia leak Shawn Hannon. Steve Sandor William Austrian author. Andrew also provided voice work to the voice work Also credited to Maggie Roswell Stephen Mandel Susan tyrel not necessarily household names but they are there for those who are interested. Ralph Bakshi as I mentioned is the director the screenplay credited to Roy Thomas and Gerry Conway now. Fire and ice is a production. That boasts the uniting of two very well known illustrators of fantasy at that time staunchly independent animator Ralph batch e and his personal friend from the underground comics scene. They knew each other for a long time. Legendary book cover and poster artist named Frank Presente. Now has sword and sorcery properties. Were really beginning to heat up in the early nineteen eighties Ralph back. She came up with this idea for him to join forces with one of the main visionary artists in the genre. He asked Presente if he would like to. Co Produce this idea into a feature film the investors who funded his prior film. The prior film called American pop ended up giving back. She one point two million dollars to try to bring his new idea to life as a feature. Now as with Bakshi's last two films not only American pop it also nineteen seventy eight. The Lord of the Rings. He heavily used row scoping to do his animation and wrote Scoping for those who are not familiar is taking live action performances by actors and then using that footage to convert those into a cartoon for Madden. The artists use prints of each frame of black and white film to trace the outlines of the actors onto animation cells and then they used those to produce replica drawings that give the appearance of animated work when they are played at full speed over painted backgrounds. Now because presente was an artist known for depicting his fantasy illustrations with a lot of realism. Back she felt that it was important to try to capture that same sense of realistic artwork into the animation and to have more realistic movements despite the rationale though back she received a lot of criticism from his peers in the animation industry not only on fire and ice but his previous films for using this cost cutting technique although Disney used their own form of the process for various films. Ever since one thousand nine hundred eighty seven snow white and the seven dwarves and Max Fleischer famously. Did it all before them really came up with the process. The basic story for Fire and ice involves this fantasy world imagined before the last ice age featuring human civilizations dinosaurs of some sort coexisting and all sorts of fantasy characters and beasts. This is a time where the lands are divided among two factions. There's the evil. Icepick sorcerer warlords Queen Juliana and her wicked son neck run their leading this army of eight like sub humans to do their bidding and there's also the goodly fire keep clan led by the benevolent king. Jerrell the ice clans neck. Ron Is using. His Tele Kinetic powers to send giant glaciers out to freeze over the rest of the world and that forces the good humans to end up setting camp near the volcanoes to stay warm now our main hero for the movie is the vengeful barbarian named Lauren. He's the survivor of North village. They were one of the victims of neurons glacier attacks and takes out all of his people except himself Gerald beloved teenage daughter Princess. T- GRA GETS kidnapped from Nick. Ron's subhuman minions shortly after and Tieger manages to escape and she runs into Lauren. And the to form and instant romantic partnership of a sort as King Jerrell since his son Tarot and his men to seek a peaceful solution. Lauren ends up making his way to Neck Ron's abode and he also joins forces with this mysterious warrior named Dark Wolf who is traveling to the city himself to thwart the Ice Lord's wrath. That's really the basic setup here. It might be presumed that the choice to animate the live actors Ian Fire and ice is for stylistic and financial reasons after all it was much less expensive to draw a cartoon glacier destroying a city than it would have been to recreate it in a live action format for animation movements are very fluid realistic and it does allow back she to create the characters to be as flawlessly shapely and sexy as he wants or in the case of the humans as ugly as they need to be and you have professional voice work to match all of these characters as well. None of the animation really works as good as I said is completed paintings which may disappoint some of his fans who are expecting his detailed style to be featured beyond stationary backgrounds. And still shots used in the prologue. Now present is our contribution was limited to the film he spent most of his time actually as a CO producer and he taught the animators one being a young Peter. Cheung Peterson who eventually went on to create and direct the animated em TV series called EON flocks. There were also background artists employed including the team of future famed pastoral painter of Light Thomas Kincaid and James Gurney Dina Topa fame. They were former roommates as freshmen in college at UC Berkeley. And this was really the first big GIG. The colorist also worked with To do their the presente way. They had buff barbarians voluptuous princesses and a lot of exotic beasts to draw in the manner that he did. The young artists were overwhelmed by feelings of inadequacy by having for Zada around when they work because of his star status among them he was kind of a god among artists and he influenced a lot of their work since they were very young kids. You also helped design the work. The worked with the actors and the stuntman on what movements they should perform. Many of those stuntman found his direction to be unnecessary and somewhat embarrassing to their notions of professionalism. Because he really had no idea what he's talking about and he would also bring in a lot of his famous friends to see the film actually as they were making it including Arnold Schwarzenegger who could end the bar. Burian was heavily influenced by presenters covers for the series in fact as a visual consultant for CONAN. The Barbarian not to develop the animation. A sound stage in Hollywood was rented out and they had actors perform in front of the cameras to capture their movements. Scaffolding was substituting for the sides of cliffs and mammoth rocks. And they used cranes to simulate. The actions of monstrous creatures and portions of tree limbs were brought in to resemble the exotic trees that are featured in the film. They really came to life later. In the animation process. There was also some local exteriors just outside the US the Hollywood area for the actors to try to capture the movements necessary for the animators to row scope. If they needed more room the animation also allowed back she who famously came to prominence with an x rated cartoon called Fritz. The Cat in nineteen seventy two to try to keep a PG rating here the animated violence and the nudity is seen as not nearly as graphic as it would be if this were a live action display but beyond all of that all of the characters do still leave little to the imagination given that they barely cover themselves with clothing especially Princess Tiki. Ira who appears to be ready to burst out of her micro bikini throughout to cast. He grew up back. She in Presente determined that the only way that they could ensure that the actors that meet the voluptuous dimensions of Presente woman would be for them to see them with their clothes off the estimate that they screened about two thousand women nude in the casting process back she quipped not bad for two guys from Brooklyn but for Jetta was all professional. He did not indulge in some of the commentary back she did on the violence front characters. End Up getting impaled. They get gored by a variety of weapons some going through a body in a bloody fashion than would probably be allowed in a live action showcase and still maintain that PG rating the screenplay for fire and ice is.
"dina topa" Discussed on Top 5 Comics Podcast
"Guys, Steve atop I cast here. The Colorado Springs Comi con two thousand eighteen there's a lot of words my mouth, and I'm here with Casey snow, but you seem Casey work, and we find your stuff at you can find pretty much everything at KC L snow from Twitter to face, the Chia twitch all this. You do like a fantasy element kind of thing going on right? Yeah. I do a lot of fantasy a little bit of inner. But most of the illustration that you vocalist rations covers insides all yeah. Let's drag of features lots of fairytale stuff. Thank you. Got you. I like what made you want to do this. I mean kinds of crazy people, but I guess I fit in. So I mean, I can try those little and I was an art teacher for five years. And I decided that I just really wanted to try. This didn't want to be fifty and look back and regret not trying it so. Now three years, and I've been freelancing and mostly successful. Like a slow rise. I had no cost like no our school networking or anything kinda starting from ground zero. Teach you what were you teaching teaching Seattle public school? It was kinda rough. It was one of those low income kind of harder schools initiative. Yes. This is offering and draining. I worked with great people that I needed to China source. Stay there for the rest of my life. So here's wishing to do. Oh, gosh. Now, teaching is such a great career. I totally don't at all. I just I don't think I'm cut out for that kind of teaching where you're just constantly being attacked by Chevron, not my favorite way of teaching art so many one back and listen to any community, college or something. But for now, I really want to it 'lustration sculpting in that kind of thing. Did you have any influences shoot things you look at it? You say I won't be like that. Is there anybody there's a couple of really big artists James gurney as one guy hit Dina topa eighties. He's amazing credible realist. Painter latches, another one she's like a creature designer she worked on all the Star Wars films and stuff. She's really cool. And it's like I'll find out how he has that say mutual. Kind of stuff. So I really like my work is really like that. But I really admire his stuff. No. Yeah. Anyway, that's just. Great. What's your go-to hero consoling? Song is actually times. I put a little love in your heart. It's like the only one I feel like competence singing for some reason on side like full Joyce. The world, you know? All right there. He goes. Well, Susie you. Yeah. Yeah. All right. So you're straddling deserted island, it only takes five items with you what five items would you take? Filter. I'm also a backpacker. So I kind of do this already. Mortification filter. Definitely like those emergency solar blanket. So I can find always be more and more have a shelter. Either one. They're both waterproof. Probably a lot of like a flip a really big stick a flight. Gwen case starting to fire from six method, his heart. A really big sketchbook. Yeah. I'd have to have a pencil. Choices. Choices. Good living. That also gives the last one if you looked at fac- land, would you write a chocolate owning when I write a check of Honey. I don't really sticky. I mean. Yeah. If it struggled color like actually made a chocolate that would probably not work, very long. What you're looking for. That's all those things hanging out. If you. Meanwhile at the hall of Justice. Stephen south by combs fogcast at the Colorado Springs comic con two thousand eighteen and I'm here with Sarah with the atomic pixies serve totally pixie same tactic. We can find yourself on that sees I right. Yes. FC signed fixed. He's everywhere. Right on what got you do. So I actually am in a group with me and my two friends who I also immediately live with roommates. So we like to create these together I have been I would say probably. Hongda and Japanese enemy really was probably what got me into it. When I was younger like sailor moon and all that good stuff. But everything's usually influences in I love sci-fi, Senate loves youthful architecture, and I love I don't know. It's everything influences, but probably anime Star Wars. Good choices pitchers. Stained glass designs, lawyer stuff, that's really cool stained glass and play. Like, I said architecture tournaments and freeze frown is a lot of influence art nouveau Alfonse influence.