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The Flintstones
Bent transforms the iconic '60s cavedudes into 3D characters for a series of stop-motion Fruity Pebbles ads.
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The Flintstones
A citizen of Bedrock is ready for his close-up.
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The Flintstones
Bent technicians and artists work with complex miniature sets.
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Jingle
Bent took a pre-existing Hallmark children's character and developed it into an animated holiday favorite.
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Every Bent character, no matter the medium, requires detailed, articulated physical characteristics.
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Jingle
The pups go into action, one frame at a time.
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El Tabador
Bent created this tiny, masked Mexican wrestler to promote a Canadian cell-phone company. NAFTA at work!
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El Tabador
El Tab's lusty storytelling style has won a devoted following.
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El Tabador
The little wrestler's odd, exaggerated physical dimensions have been key to his appeal.
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