"Bump the lamp" may not mean much to you now, but it will soon.
That seemingly vague sentence was actually a motto of the animators who were behind the Disney classic, Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Have you seen it? We sure hope so. If not, you're missing out and better move quickly.
If you have seen the film, then you know how truly impressive it was. The film seemingly seamlessly combined hand-drawn animation and live-action film to create a magical world that, to date, no one has truly been able to replicate.
And now, thanks to YouTube user kaptainkristian, we have an incredible 7-minute video that shows us just how Roger Rabbit came to be.
We learn about the rules the animators followed. How complicated what they pulled off truly was. They didn't merely draw the characters onto the film and send it off to post-production. No, they did far more than that.
In this video, you'll learn about the importance of eye-levels and how they created robots for the actors to film with in order to make the cartoons they would draw later all the more lifelike.
Head over to the next page to find out what made this classic truly unforgettable.