"Sascha Ledinsky" <sas### [at] ledinskynet> wrote in message
>I have to make a confession:
> My animation called "The Impostor", which won the April 2005 IRTC
> animation contest, was not original. I've found it on some old betamax
> tape and given the video quality it's probably much older (16mm film I
> All I did was removing the scratches and colorizing it frame by frame with
> The Gimp, lip-syncing a soundtrack to the video and uploading it to the
> IRTC webpage.
> Well, I can't live with that lie any longer, so here's a link to the
> original version of "The Impostor":
> My apologies, I'm very sorry!
This is outrageous and you're clearly doing it again! You've even retitled
this 'original' as if it's you're own work, when it is recognisably a
retouch of Walt Harvards 1943 short film for which he was largely
discredited, accused of stealing Albert Finklestein's ideas and preliminary
sketches from 1941, which themselves turned out to be a plagiarism of a
cartouche found in the tomb of Archenarchenarchenen. When will this deceipt
The only saving grace is your excellent colorization work, enabling this
classic to be appreciated by a whole new generation.
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