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Anne Boleyn reminds me of someone..so does QE1.

I didn’t freak out...amazing work.


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Well it's fascinating -- but, nope! The animations reflect the personality of the artist...so Lincoln appears vulnerable and somewhat superficial, for example. You would have to be almost empathic in addition to artistic to carry this off. 

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Well, you're right, Virginia. Short of original motion pictures, we can never know for sure about old historical figures.

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Still it's captivating, Tink...I was awed by the artistry...until they got to Lincoln. He was a depressive, the cares of the nation, and the person doing the animations seemed quite unaware -- you prolly have to been there done that to animate Lincoln and his historical ilk.

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I have the greatest admiration for Lincoln. And he was shot on Good Friday of 1865, a fact not lost on the general population of his time. I wept the first time I read that.

"O Captain! my Captain! our fearful trip is done..." 

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