"No surprise that this scene from Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day (1968) is a Milt Kahl scene. I may be one of the very few people who has had the gall to say something remotely negative about Kahl’s animation in the past, but I still think all the admiration for him and his work is completely justified. He could handle anything, and make it look and move beautifully. It’s a shame he wasn’t given more assignments like this one, because I feel that his more cartoon-oriented animation really stands out as some of his best."
-Michael Ruocco, “Analyzing My Favorite Piece of Animation: Tigger by Milt Kahl,” Cartoon Brew.
Great article analyzing the animation of a classic scene, helping us both appreciate the mastery, and learn from it.
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