Banjo the Woodpile Cat - Animation of Smoke Dinosaurs.
Bluth, Don--1937 -
Cats -- Fiction -- Juvenile films.
Banjo the Woodpile Cat, the story about a kitten who wanders away from home, was based in part on the Bluth's farm in Utah. The family actually had a cat living in a woodpile near the house. One day, they noticed that the cat was gone, but after several weeks, it came home and stayed. Bluth and his brothers, intrigued about what might have happened to him during his time away, made up a story about his adventures in the big city. The story had a positive family message about running away to "find the good times", only to find that the "best times" are at home with the love of your family.
Animation drawings of Smoke Dinosaurs, 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.
Animation drawings of dinosaurs made of smoke that dance around Banjo collected and animated.
Sequence 101, Scene 1, Drawings S1-S183
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Original materials house in Box Banjo 12-23
10 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches
Drawings on paper
The Don Bluth Collection of Animation, MS 007, Jen Library Archives and Special Collections, the Savannah College of Art and Design.
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