<em>Little Rascals From The Dwarfs World</em> by Olaf Albers <em>Little Rascals From The Dwarfs World</em> by Olaf Albers

Little Rascals From The Dwarfs World by Olaf Albers

Lausbuben aus der Zwergenwelt (Little Rascals from the Dwarfs World) in Lausige Zeiten (Lousy Times) is a fractured fairy tale from the mind and pen of Olaf Albers. Created during the winter semester at Fachhochschule Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences, Albers says, “The protagonists are two young dwarfs named Heinrich and Hannes who have nothing but nonsense on their mind and do not care about any socially rooted restrictions. Following their hedonistic way of life they nearly terrorize the other peace and harmony seeking creatures of the woodlands.”

Translation Wolf: “Oh, how nice! A warm summers rain!”

Translation children: “You have saved us -we grant you every wish!”

(Thanks, Thomas Wellman)

  • I love the look of it!

  • I thought the pace was irritatingly slow, but that was VERY entertaining. Great poses, expressions, colors, gags… the whole shebang!

  • Sehr cool, Ich freu mich immer Cartoons zu sehn die nich wie Anime aussehn

    Love the poses and the soundtrack.
    The scene with the wolf CRACKS ME UP!

  • WOW! This is more than amazing! Thank you so much for this feauture -you really made my day! And thanks for all the nice comments!

  • Jay Sabicer

    J. Otto Seibold meets Pat Ventura. It seems that the timing was way too slow, as if the film had to be 7 minutes long, although they only had 4 minutes of gags. I think it would work better if it was tightened up.

  • a log. rocket ship. OF COURSE.

    this was fantastic. if this was only for university work I can’t imagine the things that will be done down the line.