Space Ace - Animation, Sequence 026, Scene +W1
Bluth, Don--1937 -
Space Ace is a laserdisc video game produced by Bluth Studios in collaboration with Cinematronics, and Advanced Microcomputer Systems. It was released in 1984, and like its predecessor, Dragon’s Lair, featured film-quality animation played from a laserdisc with similar game play, but offering the player more options. The game follows the adventures of the hero Ace, who is attacked by Commander Borf with the Infanto Ray, and kidnaps his girlfriend Kimberly. The weapon transforms him into Dexter, an adolescent version of himself. The player must guide Dexter through obstacles to rescue Kimberly and keep Borf from using the Infanto Ray to conquer Earth.
Animation of Ace screaming in terror at something off screen.
Animation drawings of Ace, presented as an MOV animated clip and also as a PDF of individual drawings. This will help the viewer understand how the action appeared in the scene and allows examination frame by frame of how the animation was executed. This animated clip approximates the animator’s original intent and is meant for purposes of demonstration, only.
Sequence 026, Scene +W1, Drawings 1 through 8
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10 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches
Pencil on paper
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