It is always sad to see talented artists pass away. Friday brought the news that animator Richard Williams had died.
Williams who was best known for his work on “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” and the “Pink Panther”, died at the age of 86.
Williams had won three Oscars, three British Academy of Film and Television Arts, and a further 250 international awards.
His work in hand-drawn animation and the transition to computer animation was unparalleled.
Not only does his work live on, but his legacy continues through the animators he mentored.
Let’s remember his legacy and the impact he had on the world and making it a better place.
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