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Monday, July 10th, 2017

Animation Resources Reference Pack 017 Available For Download Now!

Willard Mullin

ANIMATION RESOURCES MEMBERS: The July/August Reference Pack has just been posted. It includes a PDF e-book of rare sports cartoons by Willard Mullin, two Cinemascope cartoons in their original aspect ratio (and high definition!) and a half hour of rare paper puppet films by Lotte Reiniger!

Download them now… https://animationresources.org/membersonly/

Lotte Reiniger
Terry-Toons Cinemascope

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Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

LAST CALL TO DOWNLOAD REFERENCE PACK 016!

Esquire

Animation Resources Members: Last call for Reference Pack 016. The new Reference Pack will go online at the end of the week. Click here to download… https://animationresources.org/membersonly/

The Mascot

Screen Songs

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Friday, June 9th, 2017

REFPACK016: Download an Ebook Packed With 30s Cartoons From Esquire!


REFPACK 015
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March-April 2017

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Every other month, members of Animation Resources are given access to an exclusive Members Only Reference Pack. These downloadable files are high resolution e-books on a variety of educational subjects and rare cartoons from the collection of Animation Resources in DVD quality. Our current Reference Pack has just been released. If you are a member, click through the link to access the MEMBERS ONLY DOWNLOAD PAGE. If you aren’t a member yet, please JOIN ANIMATION RESOURCES. It’s well worth it.

PDF E-BOOK:
Esquire

Esquire Magazine
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Cartoon Annual Volume 1 (1937)

Esquire was the leading "gentleman’s magazine" of its day. Great writers like F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemmingway wrote for the magazine, and the Esquire staff included a stable of illustrators and cartoonists that represented the best in the field. Even though it was founded in the height of the depression, the publishers spared no expense to produce a first class product. The cover price was fifty cents, many times the price of any other magazine on newsstands at the time. Hugh Hefner began his career as a copy editor at Esquire in the late forties, and it’s clear that his vision of what Playboy would become was greatly influenced by Esquire.

In 1937, the staff of Esquire prepared a prototype copy of a proposed cartoon annual containing the best cartoons from the first few years of the magazine’s publication. However before the book could be printed, the project was cancelled and the prototype was put on the shelf. Twenty years later, they finally did publish a book honoring the great work of the Esquire art staff, but it was a much different selection of cartoons. Animation Resources was given access to the one-of-a-kind prototype of the 1937 book, and we will be sharing it with our members in this, the first of two e-books. We hope you find it to be useful.

REFPACK016: Esquire Cartoon Annual Vol. 1
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Adobe PDF File / 138 Pages / 468 MB Download


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Not A Member Yet? Want A Free Sample?

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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