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The animation industry has been a source of pride for fans for years.
But a new animated feature from a veteran animator will be on the small screen this week.
The short film “Anime Characters” will be available on Vimeo, which will let viewers see the animation and characters from a different angle.
The film will feature animation from a team led by animator and director David S. Hogg, who has worked with animation legends like Rick Baker, Joe Johnston, and the late John Williams.
Hagg has made many of the early work that has become synonymous with animation, including “Penguin Story,” “Pixar Cars,” “Toy Story,” and “Pete’s Dragon.”
It is his latest work, however, that is being called into question by the director and producer of the animated series, a controversial move that has been widely condemned.
“Animated Characters” is the first of several new animated features that will premiere on VH1, including the series “Lonely Island,” “Wreck-It Ralph,” and a new series from “Downton Abbey” director John Levenson.
“I’m excited to see this first series as an opportunity to continue my work on the series and to bring the series to life,” Hogg said in a statement.
Hough, who lives in Atlanta, is one of the most well-known animators working today, having created the characters and animations that have appeared in several major animated films.
“It’s very exciting to be bringing this work to life for VH.
I think it will be a new challenge and it will hopefully be a great one,” he said in an interview with BuzzFeed News.
Higg, who is based in Hollywood, has worked on such films as “Toy World,” “The Lion King,” and many others.
His work on Pixar’s “Toy Cars” and “Toy” and his work on “Paint It Black” are notable, as are his work for Disney Animation Studios and “DuckTales.”
Hogg is a regular contributor to VH’s “Best of VH” series, which features animated work by many of Hollywood’s most influential artists.
In the series, Hogg writes about the industry and animators in general.
He also serves as a moderator on the show, which has a roster of writers, producers, directors, and other animators.
Houg’s work is not new to VHS, as he has animated short films for VHS as far back as the early 1990s.
But it is the work he is doing with “Animate Characters” that is so interesting.
The animated shorts are very different than what has come before, and it’s the difference in style that makes it such a unique experience.
There’s a lot of different styles in animation, but this one is a bit different.
“The animation is very animated,” he told BuzzFeed News, “so it’s very different.”
The short will be released on April 14, 2018.
It will be called “The Anime Character,” but it’s not clear when it will premiere.
The animation is produced by the Disney Animation Group, and Hogg will serve as a consultant.
Hugg said in the interview that he hopes to be able to animate as many of these animations as possible.
“You want to be creating some great stories that people will remember, and you want to do that while at the same time creating some cool characters for people to see,” he explained.