'Dr.Breakfast' is a film I saw many years ago, I was captured by its truly bizarre narrative and often site it when people bring up odd cartoon from 90's cartoon network. Nerds work really taps into the hyper work of that time. American retro/cartoon modern animation is massively appealing. As is this upbeat energy of this film. So as a Case study this is more a look into the mood and energy I will try to translate in to my film, rather than style or type of aniamtion.
The energy in his sketches translate into his animation, that impactful rough and ready/raw look to his work adds to its appeal. The mixture of equity of less and more important visuals is reminiscent of the use of blue silhouette crowds or background in cartoon modern films, but also translates in to style guides, like within the work of Tex Avery and John Kricfalusi.
This is a space for development work of my grad film BORIS-NORIS. A slap stick stop-motion film about NOT sharing.