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New Muppets TV show, Benjamin Renner’s “The Big Bad Fox” & Spanish horror claymation “Pos Eso”


Varying style of animation are being discussed here: claymation, digital warm-up pencil-tests, oil painting comic style and puppetry! We also had a lot of great RAPID FIRE topics submitted by you listeners and a Slow Burn question about ONLINE vs FESTIVAL distribution of your short film. Also, coffee + whiskey and suggestive gummy candies.

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(1:09:41)   Slow Burn Question: “I want to get your thoughts on what you think the most effective method of publishing an original short is? What are the implications of going the festival route as opposed to publishing online immediately, if any? Is there a criteria you think you could apply to your own shorts, that might separate them into what’s festival material and what’s Newgrounds/Youtube material?” ~Martin Bell

“Pos Eso” trailer

“30 Days of Animation” by Geoff King

Benjamin Renner’s “The Big Bad Fox” animation test

Check out more of your hosts:
Stephen Brooks (@RubberOnion)
Rob Yulfo (@RobYulfo)
Pat Ryan (@TheBadPatRyan)

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