Ryan Woodward’s “Thought of You”

No matter how far and how superlatively the folks at Pixar push the computerization envelope, I don’t think I’ll ever be able to get over my obsession with hand-drawn animation. I can’t quite quantify/describe the difference, but I sure can “feel” it.

Ryan Woodward’s “Thought of You” is the latest example over which I have been obsessing. There’s something incredibly fluid about it. (And yes, I suppose there’s no reason we won’t be doing this with computers some day in the not-too-distant future. But don’t begrudge me my starry-eyed enthusiasm  in the meantime):

[video:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBk3ynRbtsw 635×355]

Head on over to Woodward’s Conte Animated website for a “Behind the Scenes” video, as well.

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Joseph Susanka has been doing development work for institutions of Catholic higher education since his graduation from Thomas Aquinas College in 1999. Currently residing in Lander, Wyoming -- "where Stetsons meet Birkenstocks" -- he is a columnist for Crisis Magazine and the Patheos Catholic portal.

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