Betty Boop

Now let’s take a look at the history of western animation here. Let’s look at the times when there are no more colorful and audible cinemas …. Why do you think the world-famous Betty Boop, drawn at the Fleischer Studios during this period, has even bigger head, small mouth and nose, and long legs, many of its anime characters? The reason is clear … Since the Japanese did not prepare this animation, were those who prepared the short, small-eyed Americans? Walt Disney was aware of these facts and used them with great success in animations. In the meantime, pioneers like the Japanese animation art Osamu Tezuka started to use these drawings and their meanings in their western works. As a result, people of all races in all countries liked this type of animation, and the popularity of this genre has increased. Westerners who love the animations are not short-haired and small-eyed.

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