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I want this (Dutch???) toilet paper!

The best toilet paper commercials we ever got in Peru were of Suave, featuring Luis Miguel’s hit song, Suave [MV] — that’s the only one that ever stuck in my subconscious anyway. That one, for the song, and there was another one of a little girl who wanted to go to the washroom at a mall or something, and she was only with her father. Obviously, he couldn’t go it to the ladies room, so she went in with her father staying by the door giving directions, where he spurts “ahora limpiate tu potito.” (now clean your tushy).

We aren’t any remotely close to having this kind of toilet paper commercial.

Some outstanding animated fanart from Derek Henriques and Victor Hugo from Brazil and their love for Street Fighter.

Derek Henriques
Direction, Screenplay, Animation, Project Management, Smoke and Fire FX and Editing

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Music, Sound Design, Foley and Mixing

Lou Schmidt
Music, Mixing, Hugo’s Voice

Felipe Alves
Source Material Consulting

Victor Hugo Queiroz
Producer, Co-direction, Screenplay, Art Direction, Character Design, Modeling, Rigging, Texturing, Lookdev, Grooming, Lighting, Rendering, FX, Post-production and Compositing)

Over the years there has been some outstanding whiteboard marker illustration videos, like Drive: The Surprising Truth about what Motivates Us [1], Where Good Ideas Come From by Steven Johnson, or variations like James & Amy’s Electric Fence [MV] (drawn by James Cooper).

Spanish artist Pablo Morales de los Rios takes a look at the history of music and lays it out all on the table.

It’s a thing of beauty.

In a world torn by gender wars, Lesya and Kenzell must learn to unite and defy all the rules in order to expose the truth.

This looks freaking outstanding.

I haven’t watched Canadian TV in so long too.

Just ran into this amazingness done by Kooree Kim, animation student debuting at the 3rd Cartoon Brew Student Animation Festival. Not many days left to vote, though. Still worth checking out all the other shorts.