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Max’s Journey to the Moon

Some animators were overjoyed to switch to computer generated cartoons, because drawing the same scene over and over was a lot of work. The big animation studios had already outsourced a lot of those "in-between" drawings to lesser-paid workers. However, experimental animators keep looking for ways to make the work harder, as in stop-motion animation, because that's just cool. A film crew at Wriggles & Robins went a step further- they cooked more than 6,000 pancakes to bring you this simple animated story. It's only appropriate that they unveiled it on Mardi Gras, also known as Pancake Day. -via Digg

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