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Dreamworks vs Disney2 by FablePaint Dreamworks vs Disney2 by FablePaint
the second bumper art (forgot to upload)
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kozispoon Oct 27, 2011  Student General Artist
I love that you most accurately portrayed the nightmare fuel that is Will Smith fish. Ugh, that face, haha
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FablePaint Oct 28, 2011  Professional Filmographer
It's too appealing
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:iconklarkkentthe3rd:
>Will Smith fish

contempt constanza.jpg
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:iconplatykey:
Not the Will Smith fish! NOOOO!!!!
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:iconoakevolution:
Man, that movie sucked. I couldn't sit through it more than once, and I wasn't even paying much attention the first time.
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:iconnekokittykitsune:
I hated shark tale, but I really liked How to Train Your Dragon. I like som,e dreamworks movies, and a lot more disney/pixar.
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:iconzazouspyro505:
Shark tales was maybe a bad movie, but Dreamworks had a lot of goods movies too.

I prefer even Dreamworks good movies to Disney piwar (seriously, why did the leave all good moment like lion king to do fast and strange movies in 3D? Where's the good old deserved animation, that was worked not ONLY with computer?

Dreamworks have done some movies in 2D. And, when they was under another name, they did the great Balto.

So, dreamworks may be not perfect, but personally I still prefer it than Pixar.
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FablePaint Jan 13, 2011  Professional Filmographer
Balto wasn't done by Dreamworks, it was done by Universal. Dreamworks was founded by Katzenberg. They never had anything to do with Balto.
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:iconzazouspyro505:
Dreamworks is from Balto's creator.

But still, I prefere many Dreamworks movies to Pixar's. It's my opnion, I'm born with it.
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FablePaint Jan 14, 2011  Professional Filmographer
*reads an article on the subject*
Well Amblimation made Balto, which Speilberg produced, the same man who co-founded Dreamworks. But I wouldn't call that a Dreamworks movie any more than I'd call American Tail a Disney movie just because Bluth (a former Disney animator) made it.
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