Monday, July 3, 2017

Happy 4th of July, America!

I've been doing some research about WWll planes lately and came across something awesome...

The above was taken in 1944 of a group of young WWll British Paratroopers who went to Normandy. The link below takes you to an interesting story, where they found the same guys as well as their plane for a very special photo shoot.

If you are new to this blog, here are some links to our Watchcat episodes as well as some our popular blog posts of the past.

Watchcat is coming: https://youtu.be/AoUPGIWX3gY
Watchcat Episode01: https://youtu.be/J-xe8EdBbW4
  Watchcat Episode02:  https://youtu.be/J-xe8EdBbW4

While researching WWll images about Paratroopers for a sequence in a future Watchcat episode, I discovered that the US army had a plan in WWll, to parachute dogs over enemy lines.


 
 That's one brave puppy.

And so, to celebrate our nation's birthday, we thought we would show you a work in progress of our next episode. Its still in the rough stages of production and we have already made some improvements, where we will learn more about Watchcat's past.

Leave us a comment below!


WC Episode 4 Rough Animatic from Toondini on Vimeo.



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