Jim the Fox and Disney
Disney brings a quick interview of background artist Jim the Fox, a Canadian fox. Here's Ryan Hawkburt, best-nominated animator and a billionaire.
Ryan Hawkburt: Hi, Jim. It's so glad to have you here. So how did you get into the mood of being of a background artist?
Jim the Fox: Well, I was 13 back in 1978 when I saw an animated adaption of "Lord of the Rings", which is directed by the none other than the famous animator, Ralph Bakshi. He worked on "Fritz the Cat", "American Pop", and "Cool World". That's how I got so far, but I'm picky to choose the Ralph Bakshi films I like.
Ryan Hawkburt: Oh. That was the time when I was at Nelvana with my friend, Franklin Floatzelbury. What was your first project?
Jim the Fox: The one with jet fighters, It's a animated knock-off to "Top Gun".
I've seen "Top Gun" in theaters.
Ryan Hawkburt: Me, too.
*the animated Disney movie that involves jet fighters and a animated knock-off to "Top Gun" is fake.*