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Dragon’s Lair: The Movie Kickstarter is LIVE!!

October 26, 2015 in 2d Animation, Feature Films, Featured Posts

DRAGON’S LAIR: THE MOVIE KICKSTARTER IS HERE!! Don Bluth and Gary Goldman have just released the campaign filled with many great rewards including signed drawings, art books, maquettes, animation classes and so much more! Check it out and contribute, we definitely are! Dragon’s Lair: The Movie – Kickstarter From Don Bluth & Gary Goldman’s Kickstarter […]

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Exclusive Don Bluth & Gary Goldman Interview!!

October 25, 2015 in 2d Animation, Featured Posts, Interviews

New Episode of The Traditional Animation Show is online!! In this episode we interview animation legends Don Bluth and Gary Goldman!! We uploaded the full uncut version that includes an additional 20 minutes of footage!! Find out about their past, present and future plans including their Dragon’s Lair: The Movie Kickstarter!! Get a professional lesson […]

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30th Anniversary of Dragon’s Lair – Don Bluth Exclusive!

June 19, 2013 in Featured Posts, Interviews

Thirty years ago today the classically animated game “Dragon’s Lair” came out in arcades. People everywhere were swarming to the arcades to play this revolutionary game. Dragon’s Lair to this day is still being played worldwide on every console, computer, phone, tablet out there, you name it. We got the chance to get an interview […]

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Did you know?? The Don Bluth Archive at SCAD

April 8, 2012 in Featured Posts, Learning, News

Did you know there is a Don Bluth archive filled with original work they did on the films? Recently, I was very fortunate to get a tour of the Savannah School of Art & Design’s Don Bluth Collection of Animation. Don Bluth and Gary Goldman donated two storage rooms filled with art from their films […]

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Learn Animation from Don Bluth!

October 1, 2011 in Educational, Featured Posts, Learning

Learn from one of the last remaining Master Animators, Don Bluth! I personally took classes for almost 2 years and it has been a life changing experience. How so, do you ask? Before these classes, I never considered myself an artist, now I do. In fact, I feel as if I have grown so much […]

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Rock-a-Doodle Review

August 7, 2011 in Reviews

A delightful film. Interesting to note that this is one of the few movies at the time that combined animation and live action, which was not something new to the trio made up with Don Bluth, Gary Goldman and John Pomeroy who worked on Pete’s Dragon together. On to the review! Our main character, Chanticleer, […]