http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Q1wVeNJVBs This sequence, known as "Gin & Jetpacks" during production, was one of the most difficult to pull off. Not only did it require 2D and 3D animation, visual effects, a full orchestral score, surround sound mix, and about a zillion Jetpack Demon Ninjas (rough estimate), but we had to sneak a Star Wars reference in there too. As huge WWII buffs, Ed and I had a blast creating this sequence which is one of many that we'd never be able to afford with anything other than stick figures. That's both the blessing and curse of animation: you can do anything you imagine. In the ongoing saga of hidden gems in DFTM, be sure to check out the decals on Crookygrin's plane and the newspaper Mr. Dingleberry is reading. They are tres topical to say the least.
Enjoy this week's chapter of "Dick Figures The Movie" and see what kind of trouble Red, Blue and a little green man get into.