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I know I am trying to do some more research on Genndy Tartakovsky’s animation work, and I am also trying to work on some live action/animated feature film-length (or may be half hour short film-length) epic adventure that would also be a live action and/or animated tribute/homage/ode to the world of that Russian American Animation Director (and creator of Dexter’s LaboratorySamurai JackStar Wars Clone Wars and Sym Bionic Titan) under the tentative working title of “The Genndy Tartakovsky Project”, but I have one question for all of you Genndy Tartakovsky fans to answer, and the question goes like this:

What are some or many of the signature styles, aesthetics, trademarks, hallmarks, and especially the signature touchstones of Genndy Tartakovsky’s TV Animation work–specifically Dexter’s LaboratorySamurai Jack, the 2D hand drawn Star Wars Clone Wars and Sym Bionic Titan?

The Incredible Changing Aspect Ratio! by timbox129
The Incredible Changing Aspect Ratio!
"Directors Aaron Blaise and Robert Walker along with producer Chuck Williams also have fun with the layout and design: The film starts off in an earthen color palette and the standard 1.85:1 format. Then, at the moment the movie's central character, a native American [Inuit] youth named Kenai, is transformed into a grizzly bear, the screen shifts to more saturated colors and Cinemascope or a 2.35:1 format, thus opening up the rich vistas of the Pacific Northwest of 10,000 years ago to our startled eyes. It's a grand moment."
                                                                                --The Hollywood Reporter, 2003

While we're on the subject of the so called 'incredible changing aspect ratio', I have this question in mind:

In Disney’s Brother Bear (2003), why did they change the aspect ratio format from 1.85:1 to 2.35:1 after 25 minutes or so?


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Timothy Robert McKenzie
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United States
Hello. My name is Tim. My favorite cartoons are Dexter's Laboratory and Samurai Jack, while one of my favorite movies is James Cameron's AVATAR. I always wanted to become a filmmaker and animation artist.
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I know I am trying to do some more research on Genndy Tartakovsky’s animation work, and I am also trying to work on some live action/animated feature film-length (or may be half hour short film-length) epic adventure that would also be a live action and/or animated tribute/homage/ode to the world of that Russian American Animation Director (and creator of Dexter’s LaboratorySamurai JackStar Wars Clone Wars and Sym Bionic Titan) under the tentative working title of “The Genndy Tartakovsky Project”, but I have one question for all of you Genndy Tartakovsky fans to answer, and the question goes like this:

What are some or many of the signature styles, aesthetics, trademarks, hallmarks, and especially the signature touchstones of Genndy Tartakovsky’s TV Animation work–specifically Dexter’s LaboratorySamurai Jack, the 2D hand drawn Star Wars Clone Wars and Sym Bionic Titan?

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timbox129 Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2015  Student Filmographer
 Is it very radical and very controversial for someone to someone with autism as a hero at the heart of an epic tale, especially when people with autism kept getting pigeonholed as victims or criminals, especially by the media?
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Edited Jul 26, 2015  Student Filmographer
All you bastards do is go around insulting me!!! STOP IT!!!! AND LEAVE ME ALONE, FUCKERS!!!
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2015  Student Filmographer

If ever a youth seemed destined for an extraordinary epic life’s story that would take someone from birth to death, from childhood and adolescence though adulthood to old age, it shall be yours truly.

And for me, it will not only be the running like the wind that would serve me well, but also the learning from people around the world (not only in the US, but anywhere in the world like Japan or whatever place I will go to) and especially those different from me, among other things, that would serve me and my extraordinary life’s story very well.

And that would be my life’s destiny.

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One-Concerned Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2014
If I remade Dexter's Lab, how would you respond if I announced that Dee Dee wasn't allowed to dance?
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Student Filmographer
I know I am autistic, but would my quest to fulfill my dreams be built on as well end in controversy or not?

If so, would my actual life (especially on the internet and especially during the making of Dexter's Odyssey) might forever remain the subject of controversy?
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KittyAcademy Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014   Digital Artist
I thought Japanese/Chinese Boys don't wear Komonos however you spell it.
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2014  Student Filmographer
Well, Japanese and Chinese boys do wear their traditional clothes (kimonos for boys of the Japanese kind) in ancient days, and some modern Japanese boys (or sometimes girls) still wore traditional kimonos, though some wore more modern clothes. 

After all, Samurai Jack is a cartoon to you and I, so Jack still wears a kimono even as a child, given the fact that he is a time-displaced warrior prince.
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timbox129 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013  Student Filmographer
Hey guys, if you want to see Dexter's Lab and Samurai Jack screenshots and fan musings...

Then....

Check...

This...

Out!

[link]

Remember, here there be stills or screenshots from Samurai Jack as well as those from Dexter's Laboratory.

Not to mention my fan musings.

And BTW, while you're at it, what do you see on my Tumblr blog, "Timboxreloaded"?
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