Rocky Horror Cartoons
By Arthur Levesque
This is a small collection of miscellaneous Rocky Horror-related cartoons that I've
made. There are separate pages for my Rocky
Horror South Park Show and Powerslut
Girls (Rocky Horror/Powerpuff Girls crossover) images and writings; as well
as my Schoolhouse Rocky song. I've made some other
animated graphics for my Rocky Horror Dance
page, and I have another page for my other stories, song parodies and writings.
Little Nell (Columbia in Rocky Horror) released a single with "Fever" on it; the back of the
record slip had a series of pictures of Nell in different poses dancing (taken
from a flip-book released through her fan club). I took an existing picture of
the record slip off of the web first, and cut and pasted to create the smaller
dancing GIF to get a quick and dirty look at the dance. I liked how it came
out, so I scanned the record slip myself at a much higher resolution, cut up the
picture into the various separate poses, and animated them to create a higher
quality animation of Nell dancing. Note that the first frame of the large GIF
is a picture of the front and back of the record sleeve -- which is autographed to me by Little Nell.
Little Nell's Fever single
I created this one using The
Mini-Mizer web page, and pasting the results together.
Rocky Horror Lego Show
These are a couple of the first cartoons I did; originally, they were done in
the 16-color primary Windows palette since that was all I could use (that should
give you some idea how long ago these were done!); once I got a better machine
which could display 256 colors, I re-did them and they look much better. Both
of these ../images used to be sold by my cast on buttons; it doesn't hurt that my
cast leader loves the Tasmanian Devil...
Doctor Taz-N-Furter and Janet Boop
I started this one after I originally did the Taz and Boops above; but then the
file was lost (so we thought). It was found and completed a couple of years
I whipped this one out for the Rocky Horror
Dance page, back when the Hamster Dance started a whole slew of parody
pages... Oh well, at least I never got sucked into the "Ate My Balls" or "All
Your Base" fads.
I put this one together for Fark.com. Clutch Cargo first aired in 1959 (way
before our time, though it's been rerun from time to time since). Giving new
meaning to the term "limited animation", Clutch Cargo innovated TV animation in
a way Hanna-Barbera never dreamed -- they used live action lips superimposed
over cartoon drawings that hardly moved. Conan O'Brien and Weird Al Yankovic
have both made use of this technique. I updated Clutch by giving him a very
famous set of lips...