Weee! This one was pretty fun. I used the clock that is down the street from me, and then when she talked about advice being 5¢ I was thinking about using the Peanut's reference, with Lucy sitting in the box, but then I took it one step further, and used Theodor Reik, a notable psychoanalyst who emigrated from Germany and eventually ended up in New York in 1938. Morton Israel is gathering materials for his archive, and I have the poster hanging on the wall, so I thought it would make sense, even if it doesn't make total sense.
Animation Hotline is a series of relatively often animations where I use messages left on my voicemail for content. When you get a chance please leave me a message, and honestly it’s best if you leave more than one because sometimes what you think is the perfect message might simply be impossible for me to animate in one day. This project is only as good as the messages that you leave me, so if you feel so inspired, call!
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