It was fun to watch from the beginning short film, The Ballad of Nessie, till the credits at the end of the feature… the last gag was great! Awesome animation. My favorite character, who I thought stole the show, was Piglet. I was just laughing so many times at things he did or said. The story was a silly one (but it is Winnie the Pooh after all): Pooh’s never ending battle to get some honey for his rumbling tummy.

Here are some Pooh related pictures I took:

I took this picture at Walt Disney World when they had their garden show at Epcot.


I went to see Winnie the Pooh again at the Festival Bay Mall (Orlando) and they had a custom Winnie the Pooh on top of the concession stand. Does he look on model??

Lastly, here is an Eeyore I drew on the day the movie came out!

Eeyore

I plan on seeing Winnie the Pooh at least two more times and also owning it on Blu-Ray. I really enjoyed the whole movie, and I am sure it will be a little while before we see another traditionally animated film in theaters. If you have not seen it yet, go see it! Be sure you stay through the credits!

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Lavalle Lee

Lavalle Lee

Lavalle Lee has been creating animated cartoons online since 1999/2000 for his website flashcartoons.org. The cartoons on the site have gained viral video status reaching millions of viewers online. In 2009, Lavalle started learning hand drawn animation from Don Bluth in his animation classes, as well as attending his Masterclasses in Arizona. He has also personally studied animation and visual effects from Veteran Disney animators.

Lavalle is widely known in the animation industry as the creator of the TraditionalAnimation.com website. After seeing that most animation sites were about all types of animation, not any specific to classical hand drawn animation, Lavalle knew Traditional Animation needed to be represented online. TraditionalAnimation.com has become the leading website and social media account for all things 2D. The website served as inspiration for “The Traditional Animation Show” in which Lavalle was both producer and host.

His partnership with Don Bluth began when he championed the Dragon's Lair Indiegogo campaign as lead project manager, editor, and in-betweener. The campaign reached $730,000 dollars to produce a 7-minute pitch video. After ten years of learning from Don Bluth and working together on the Dragon’s Lair pitch, Lavalle accepted the position as Vice President of Don Bluth's new company Don Bluth Studios.

1 Comment

  1. Matt
    October 1, 2011 at 4:39 pm — Reply

    I saw this in theaters with my brother & my neice. I loved it, so many great moments. I will by this on DVD!

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