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Thursday, October 19, 2006

A possibly valuable lesson for animators

For those of you who have been on Jerry Beck's Cartoon Brew recently, you will know what I am talking about. For those who haven't, go there as soon as you have a moment.

Commenting on an interview with our friend, Pat Smith, and responses to it, Jerry Beck gives a gut-wrenching lesson we should all take into account.

Rather than give a synopsis, I think you go to cartoonbrew.com, and read the heading "Commentary: To Pitch or Not To Pitch?"

I'd like to hear what everyone else has to say in response, because I am 100% behind Jerry Beck on this one.

*Also, I apologize to Pam for coming in right after her post. Please do not neglect it down below.


Blogger the plummer said...

thanks for sharing this emmett! that article was a superb one. definite huge kudos to beck and pat. Pat made a really great point about shorts and beck elaborates on the problems of picthing so well.

2:06 AM

Anonymous Amid said...

For the sake of accuracy, I wrote the piece about pitching on the Brew, not Jerry. He gets in enough trouble as it is for the stuff I write on there so I just want to be clear who the blame goes to in this case.

11:01 PM


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