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Animation Resources RefPack028: What You Missed!

Reference Pack

We just posted Reference Pack 029, so here is a reminder of what you missed in RefPack028. Every other month, Animation Resources shares a new Reference Pack with its members. They consist of an e-book packed with high resolution scans and video downloads set up for still frame study. Make sure you download the Reference Packs before they’re updated. When it’s gone, it’s gone!


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Esquire Cartoons

The latest Animation Reference Pack was just released and it’s jam packed with fantastic material to study and inspire you… It includes a wide variety of things… An e-book featuring cartoons from the pages of Esquire magazine in the 1930s, an industrial film by UPA, a Russian stop motion cartoon, and one of the earliest examples of animation in Japan.

UPA Industrial Film

But that’s not all… This time we launch a new feature, Slapstick Analysis, where we share a great example of physical comedy and break it down to show you how you can use slapstick to strengthen your animation. Plus we are re-running one of our most popular 1950s commercial reels as a bonus!

Crocodile Gena


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Spider and Tulip

At Animation Resources, our Advisory Board includes great artists and animators like Ralph Bakshi, Will Finn, J.J. Sedelmeier and Sherm Cohen. They’ve let us know the things that they use in their own self study so we can share them with you. That’s experience you just can’t find anywhere else. The most important information isn’t what you already know… It’s the information you should know about, but don’t know yet. We bring that to you every other month.



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Commercial Reel

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Check out this SAMPLE REFERENCE PACK! It will give you a taste of what Animation Resources members get to download every other month!

Sample RefPack

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