I always loved Felix the Cat, I didn’t know that much about the entire history of the little kitty. But thanks to the Felix the Cat website and Wikipedia I have a chunk of history about him. It is unknown who created him, but it begins with a prototype character named Master Tom. For unknown reasons his name was changed to Felix the Cat. After the oldest cartoons of him he was changed in design that made him cuter. His first TV appearance was used to do stuff like adjust the TV, he was a 13 inch high figure. My Scratch project above has images of it. Before he got the Magic Bag of Tricks he starred in three cartoons that were in color. The first was “Felix the Cat – The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg.”
And “Felix the Cat in Bold King Cole.”
And the last one being “Neptune Nonsense.”
And then he got his famous Magic Bag of Tricks. After his successful TV series with the magic bag, he had an animated film based on it. Not that much is known about the making of it except the fact it was made in 1986 and released in 1991. There was a trailer for it where it has prototype film of it.
And that’s all for now.
Poor poor putty cat. He’s running forever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever and ever.
I’m back! YES! 🙂 I am back! And with a new Scratch project. It took me about 3 days, but take out half of the first day and take the second day because mom had a dentist appointment and I also had to do school. It was inspired by Tom & Jerry during the chase scenes. And the leg swirls were inspired by Road Runner. I think I did a good job with the project. There were a few changes in development. Like when the mouse was first added it was so darn fast it made Speedy Gonzales embarrassed and so I slowed it down since if I left it the same it would look like a white blur. And also when I added the trees they looked like they floated in mid air. There were no problems with the cat.
I went to see the Dali exhibit in November. I saw a great photo there and did this comic based on it yesterday. Then I found the Dali photo online.
The paintings and images at the Dali exhibit were weird as heck!!! It was fun and all the build up was pretty much worth it. I think surrealism is probably like being high without having to take the drugs.