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This is a recorded session with the great animation layout artist Robert “Bob” Givens, who has worked at several studios throughout animation history with other artists such as Tex Avery, Chuck Jones and even Walt Disney. Here he recollects and talks about his times and experiences in the industry and it’s both riveting and informative. Anyone interested in animation and its history should take a look.
The recording itself is rather bad however, my camera has terrible video and audio capturing and it doesn’t help that I forgot my stand, so I’ve been holding it the whole hour and a half. Please excuse the poor quality and just enjoy this wonderful opportunity.
Special Thanks to Karl Toerge, Gary Conrad and Nickelodeon for allowing me the opportunity to record this moment.
This is a silly little video I made based off a thought when playing Kirby’s Adventure. Find out what happens to the enemy, Gordo, when you relieve him of captivity in Vegetable Valley Stage 2. Music from The Land Before Time. The thought was stuck in my mind, so I had to do it.
Marty Murphy was an animator for UPN among other productions and was also a cartoonist for Playboy Magazine. I had the privileged of meeting with Marphy Murphy a few years ago until recently when he died in late 2009. He was a great man and I figured I would share the interview my friends Karl Toerge and Gary Conrad (ConTor Productions) made with him in 2002. The interview is a five part series of videos on YouTube and will hopefully be the first among many interviews with wonderful artists involved in animation history.