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Viva Las Vegas The War Of The Worlds
I didn't hear back regarding what the Viva Las Vegas printing says on your earlier thread. Both Viva Las Vegas and The War Of The Worlds wording appear similar to me. Curious to know if they have the same credits and what they say?
The reproduction Ves believes is yours in shown above and your image following below is minus the bottom credit line. Your poster certainly looks old.
In reply to Rosa's question.
A model sheet explanation and the best condensed version I could find to explain. Reproduced from Wikipedia.
''In animation, a model sheet, also known as a character board, character sheet, character study or simply a study, is a document used to help standardize the appearance, poses, and gestures of an animated character. Model sheets are required when large numbers of artists are involved in the production of an animated film to help maintain continuity in characters from scene to scene, as one animator may only do one shot out of the several hundred that are required to complete an animated feature film. A character not accordingly to the production's standardized model is referred to as an off-model.''
Model sheets have also been used in the past to maintain graphic continuity over the years for long lasting cartoon productions of short or short features such as the Looney Tunes or Merrie Melodies series."
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British Quad which has been folded just the right amount of times and shoved under one of the corners to stop the place from wobbling.