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 by Don Bluth himself animating Dirk the Daring from Dragon’s Lair!!!
Watch on Vimeo – The Traditional Animation Show – Don Bluth & Gary Goldman Interview
This show just keeps getting better and better with each episode!
With such great potential who knows how magical it can get?
All I know is that I’ll be there cheering you on every step of the way.
Keep it up, Lavalle!
Growing up Dragon’s Lair was a big influence on my life as an artist! This is so cool to see.
Growing up Dragon’s Lair was a big part of my life, It’s so cool to watch this and learn!!!
I’m so excited!!!!!
WOW! TraditionalAnimation.com just to a huge leap forward! Congrats! This interview is EVERYTHING I hoped it would be! Thank you so much for bringing it to us!
Jesse: My idol(s)!
Great interview! You are doing such great work Lavalle. Keep it up!
(and Don’s demo… ah that takes me back to Don’s weekly seminars! Hopefully we’ll see some of that via the drumroll please… exclusive Studio Blog and Video Updates, available at the $25 tier)
Amazing interview! Really hope Don and Gary get the movie off the ground.
It’s about time!
I grew up with Don Bluth’s works. Now I didn’t play the Dragon’s Lair games however, I do remember seeing the Time Warp game being advertised at a Military Base we were staying at in Delaware. I also saw the arcade game back at Disney, in one of their game areas (not sure if it’s still open). I played Dragon’s Lair for the first time via the PSN and loved both games. It was hard to play at times and to keep going while enjoying the beautiful animation. I am glad I got to enjoy the games thanks to modern technology. They should release all of Don Bluth’s films in a DVD/BluRay collection. 🙂
Great interview. One question though: how did you achieve this visual style for the video? It looks somewhat 80s or 90s, despite being shot with a modern camera. It’s got that blurry, almost dreamy quality to it. Was this done with filters or…?