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Dissecting Richard Williams' Approach to Character Animation

Bringing animations to life.

Known for his progressive work in the world of animation, Williams’ signature style can be seen in titles such as Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Pink Panther, and The Thief and the Cobbler. Armed with just ink, paper, and perspective, the Canadian–British artist’s knack for bringing out realistic movement in his hand-drawn characters is something that is worth going over. Presented by The Royal Ocean Film Society, the techniques of Richard Williams are brought to light as signature scenes are looked at closely with detailed commentary. For those interested in the art form of animation, don’t overlook this homage to the timeless work of Richard Williams.

In other animation news, NAV and Lil Uzi Vert get animated in their new “Wanted You” video.

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