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Edit: Well, never mind. Needlessly hostile.


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Edit: Well, never mind. Needlessly hostile.
I hope you don't feel offended by someone just voicing his opinion😉

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Wow Reinier, you're certainly a negative nancy today.

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This better be for real...

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Wow Reinier, you're certainly a negative nancy today.
it's clear you did not read my previous post

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Wow Reinier, you're certainly a negative nancy today.
it's clear you did not read my previous post

Yes I did, you're allowed to voice your opinion all you want. I'm not offended, just pointing out that it seems very negative.

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Hey hey hey! Let's not get negative here. This is very happy news thread. Let's be happy. :D

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SWillie! wrote:
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Wow Reinier, you're certainly a negative nancy today.
it's clear you did not read my previous post

Yes I did, you're allowed to voice your opinion all you want. I'm not offended, just pointing out that it seems very negative.
I must admit reading back I was kinda cranky😄sorry SWillie! You were right for pointing it out to me😊

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Just a thought... doesn't Mickey look like he was drawn with the Paperman technique here? Or not... :D

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Just a thought... doesn't Mickey look like he was drawn with the Paperman technique here? Or not... :D

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haha😄 so true!

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Umm... No. He's simply rendered in black and white.

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If you think that looks like Paperman you should see steamboat willie.


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If you think that looks like Paperman you should see steamboat willie.


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TsWade is going to have a heart attack from excitement when he (or she) hears this. I wonder how this will turn out. Hopefully they will be more like the classic shorts and not like the preschool shows or Mickey Mouseworks shorts from the late 90s.
I agree with you of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, but with all due respect, I like Mickey Mouse Works shorts. They're fun. :D


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Apparently, this is what the new shorts will look like.

Unfortunately, I can't watch the video, since I don't live in the United States.

Definitely looks like an old-school design (albeit with a twist), based on the thumbnail.

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Apparently, this is what the new shorts will look like.

Unfortunately, I can't watch the video, since I don't live in the United States.

Definitely looks like an old-school design (albeit with a twist), based on the thumbnail.


I would prefer the classic look, but this is good too! :)


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Here is the press release from D23 along with the preview



http://d23.disney.go.com/news/2013/03/m ... ary-flair/


What do you guys think?


I think they look really cheap and i hate that animation style with a passion. It's not as lush and beautiful as the 1930s-50s style of color cartoons from the Walt Disney Company.


The designs of the characters are terrible too, plain ugly.


But if you read the press release it sort've makes sense. These will only be on the website and on Disney channel. I bet the budget is small.

Thats no excuse for the character design being so terrible though!


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They look terrible. Compare them to the 1930s-0s shorts in animation,design, and background quality. How do they hold up?

The character designs are horrendous, this looks like it's for toddlers much like MMCH.


These are for Disney Channel and their website, so it probably has no budget.


I was hoping for theatrical shorts in the same quality as runaway brain, such a letdown.


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Eeek! I'll hold judgement until I actually see one of these but yeah, they aren't meant to look lavish, are they? They *may* be funny and entertaining and may be popular.

Update: Just watched it. I wasn't overwhelmed by it, it was okay. I didn't think that they were going to go this direcetion but it was alright. Worth watching.

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I'm digging the designs. However, I prefer they be done in 2-D traditional but this is nice too.

So yeah, I'm gonna like this. ^_^


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