Designing A Cartoon Cat Goes Horribly Incorrect In Uli Meyer’s ‘The Discarded’

At this time’s Cartoon Brew Decide is Uli Meyer’s brief The Discarded, a 10-step information to designing a cartoon cat that shortly goes off the rails.

Any artist who has ever toiled to search out the appropriate search for one among their characters will probably relate to Meyer’s brief. In it, the London-based filmmaker struggles with the design of a cartoon cat, going by means of a well-recognized cycle of rejection and frustration earlier than his newest creation takes offense at being discarded.

Whereas the playful interplay of an anthropomorphized cartoon animal and our personal actual world will probably remind viewers of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, which Meyer labored on, The Discarded is darker in its tone and finale.