Now this is my favorite kind of animation: whimsical, joyful and freewheeling; but not random for randomness’ sake. Co-written by Maurice Noble, who sadly didn’t live to see the finished short.
This is a great example of limited animation that doesn’t feel limited. Enjoy!
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