Dawgtown and The Saga of Rex: updates for standard-bearing indie animation.
by Patch O'Furr
The five-decade tradition of Saturday morning cartoons is gone. On Flayrah furry news, Ringtailedfox shares a thoughtful story about the demise of “animation on over-the-air television”. It marks a cultural shift. Times are changing communication business, media and fan culture.
The specialized art of hand-drawn animation seems gone in Hollywood. But not to artists. Some world-class artists are boldly working to produce 2D animated feature films outside the system. They don’t bear standards, in the sense of status quo… they’re carrying the flag of pioneering indie spirit.
Two such indie productions have new updates. They’re of high interest to furry fans. Directors of both did interviews for Dogpatch Press.