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Dover Boys ReAnimated Project!

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The Dover Boys ReAnimated collab!

90+ Animators have come together to re animate the 1942 Classic 'The Dover Boys' by Warner Bros, Leon Schlesinger & Chuck Jones.

Full list of animator & artist credits can be found on this document here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1DT3k6tH85nlkpdfPlMCsCzXv_HRbft-4AliAnGO_GtA/edit?usp=sharing

It was a fun project to host and an honor to work alongside all these great animators and artists!

You can check out their work via their provided handles (if they provided them) in the google document or by the watermark on their scene.

We'll see you in the next one~

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I love it, every scene has its charisma and joke but without distracting from the general history, I do not know why there is gete who complains about the different styles if that is the grace of a collab, which highlights the individual talent of each animator.

the only time a remake of an oldie is Really good is when the skit was Really funny, such as the Rabbit of Seville, Hair-Raising Hare, or maybe that old WW2 one Daffy the Commando. I only have one question about this: Why this one? it's not funny at all. I can barely bring myself to watch this it's so dry and i'm sure i'm not the only one that feels this way about this video and cartoon skit. also hard to score it too high as there were so many animated skits that were so short there's no consistency that is retained as prevalent.

coltizart responds:

A good point about the 100 different style changes, maybe you should check out the original Dover Boys animation (up on YouTube somewhere) to see if you like the short without distraction. Also, I think this one was picked because not only do a large portion of us resonate with its humor, but it's also historically significant in animation. It's a good story to look up and it did some amazing things with animation smears. I believe it's where you kind of first saw them but is at least a big source of inspiration for how to use them.

Ultimately all of us who worked on this have some love and respect for the short and given the opportunity were excited to come together and work on this in our free time. And a side note, the next time you can barely bring yourself to watch something, you don't have to :) this totally isn't for everyone.

love it the transitions between animations id clean every scene is animated with care and passion truely a wonderful vid

Awesome, just awesome!

Truely a work of art. It's amazing seeing something like this reworked with so many hands! Bravo to every single one of you..

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