DISCLAIMER: I do not own copyright for the use of footage or audio. This video is merely for entertainment purposes only. "Wiggly Park" started out as a radio series on the BBC, and was later adapted as an animated-series. Andrew Sachs was the long-time narrator for both. This was from a handful of radio broadcasts I managed to record when it was repeated on BBC7.
Danger Mouse and Penfold are transported to the year 1215 AD thanks to a fluke in the Narrator's microphone. They now have to act out a bizarre version of Robin Hood...Originally aired 24th December, 1984 (UK)Copyright to Cosgrove Hall, FremantleMedia.
The following video is from Peter Maddock's "The Family-Ness", famously seen on BBC long ago alongside Peter's other creations "Jimbo and the Jet-Set" and "Penny Crayon". Since not all of the Family-Ness episodes have made it on DVD so far, I thought I'd keep the memory alive by showcasing this video.The clips used were from the last-ever Family-Ness episode, "You'll Never Find a Nessie in the Zoo". It doesn't have much of a plot but it was enough for the show's composers, Roger and Gavin Greenaway, to release this song of the same name on a rare-to-find Record, along with an extended version of the show's theme tune.I came across this episode and, with the song at hand, I decided to update the footage as best I could in iMovie and present it in a music video format. So...enjoy!And to add, I own nothing, nor am I making money out of this. Just showing for nostalgia's sake.
This was a presentation I put together as part of an Animation Workshop I presented for a local school some weeks back, to demonstrate to the kids that animation is more than just "Family Guy" and "Pokemon". Needless to say, this video went down a wonderful treat for both kids and teachers - so here it is to share with everyone! ;) Loosely based on "O'Donnell's Laws of Cartoon Motion" article. All characters present (C) to everyone else.
The classic but nightmare-ish Disney song given a modern day twist by yours truly. With additional clips from "Pooh's Heffalump Movie", the "New Adventures" series and a modified version of the tune itself via WavePad.
Disney's version of Goldo's hit sing - with a new singer in place...!As I couldn't find the full English version of this particular scene, I took the footage of a German clip instead and replaced it with the proper soundtrack 8-)House of Mouse (C) DisneyDISCLAIMER: I do not own copyright for either the footage or the audio. This video is merely for entertainment purposes only. If you own copyright, please contact me and I will gladly take it down
My Final Major Animation done for my last year at University this year. A little longer than my previous works and based on a true story...almost :P Narration by Me. Music by David S Innes. Animated completly in ToonBoom with backgrounds created in Photoshop.
A long while ago, I took up some Work Experience with an Independent company who are currently working on a Comedy Sketch Show Pilot for the BBC. They needed an animator to animate the introduction sequence, and so I jumped at the chance! The people I meet were really friendly and humerous and were stunned by my skills and style. All the characters who feature here are characatures of the group starring in the show. Hope you enjoy it, too!
This is another animation I did for Uni - I decided to try and create an early 70's advert (or commercial for the US) in a UPA-esque style. The guy voicing this is known as Ciremi: one heck of a Voice Artist! ;)
I noticed a few Animation Fans doing some Fan Commontries on their favorite cartoons, so I decided to have a go. Sorry if it's not very good as it's hard to explain everything in a short amount of time. ;) (C) DePatie-Freleng Enterprises
Another animation that I had to do for University. It looked so damn good, that I thought I may as well show it here for everyone to enjoy. It was meant for us to animate a character as lifelike as possible, but of course I had to slip some toony action into it...! Animated completely in Flash and voiced by me (with help from Audacity). So enjoy what happens when Constable Baxter Flatfoot interviews a suspect... EDIT: Click on (or copy and paste) the link to see a clearer version: http://qwertypictures.deviantart.com/art/Interrogation-Animation-53855930
Heh, not much to say here. It's almost the same as the previous Tom and Jerry video, except I removed the second introduction and kept the old footage with the "Tom and Jerry Tales" theme. (Now cleverly edited to remove the out-of-place sound effects!) From the number of people who have seen it, they reckon that the new music really suits the old footage. This now gives me the urge to make my own T&J intro. Hmm...