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1. Web Roundup: Art Babbitt, Organized Animation Tips and Creating a TV Show

Jake Friedman emailed yesterday to tell me about BabbittBlog.com, a site dedicated to all things Art Babbitt. Jake has been researching a biography of the legendary animator for the last few years, and if the blog is any indication, there’s still a lot left to learn about Babbitt.

There’s no shortage of animation tips posted online nowadays, but this mass of how-to advice isn’t particularly well organized. Thankfully, Jonah Sidhom has created the Animation Article Database, an invaluable list of links to animation tips from industry pros, organized alphabetically.

Canada’s only animator with three first names, Brandon James Scott, has an informative series of blog posts about creating Justin Time, a preschool animated series that is now in production on its second season. He takes the reader through the entire process from pitch to development to bible, and finally, production.


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2. Let’s Cast the Walt Disney Biopic

Who needs the Disney Company! We’ve already got the movie poster for a biopic about Walt Disney so we may as well go ahead and cast the movie. That’s what Cartoon Brew reader Ron did in the comments section yesterday. Below are his novel casting choices for the likes of Roy Disney, Ub Iwerks, Margaret Winkler, Fred Moore, Bill Tytla, Art Babbitt, Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston and others. Share your dream cast in the comments.

Roy O. Disney :: Joel David Moore
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Ub Iwerks :: Tarran Killam
Disney biopic

Charles Mintz :: Jeremy Piven
Disney biopic

Margaret Winkler :: Samantha Morton
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Fred Moore :: Sam Huntington
Disney biopic

Ward Kimball :: Chris Diamantopoulos
Disney biopic

Bill Tytla :: Kevin Dillon
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Art Babbitt :: Don Swayze (Apparently, Swayze has already committed to this non-existent film. Ron wrote in the comments, “I’ve met him in person and he looks just like a young Art Babbitt. I told him that in fact and said he should try to play Art Babbitt in a biopic. He seemed open to the idea once I explained who Art Babbitt was and his contribution to history.”)
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Marc Davis :: David Cross
Disney biopic

Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston :: Jason Bateman and Jon Cryer
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Shamus Culhane :: Kevin Connolly
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Bill Peet :: Topher Grace
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