Hello There, artiegirl here, A new day, A new year And it's time find more animations that are lost or obscure, People can't even keep track things, I know that Animation has an colossally immense catalog and all But people are not keen into cataloging them Seriously, The catalog is so astronomical that people can't even find newfound short films, newfound feature films, new found TV series and even worse newfound web series or shorts that they wanted to see or remembered watching it and want to see it again.
I made an archival project called ''The LMW archive of obscure animation'' in which to see the link below:
forums.lostmediawiki.com/thread/5910/lmw-organization-obscure-animation This project will be dedicated to finding Animations that are Lost and Hard to Find. Here the color-coded terms for each status of animation that it has: Red: Lost Green: Found Yellow: Partially found or lost Orange: Hard to Find Blue: Not Surfaced online Gray: Existence unconfirmed Dark Gray: Unidentified Now the color-coded ones for the status of it's rarity: Purple: Rare Light Purple: Slightly Rare Bright Purple: Very Rare Dark Purple: Extremely Rare
Follow these color-coded words for the status of each animation, I am really interested of finding rare or obscure animations, If you find something Let me Know, How do you find this project so far?
I like the idea, but I feel like we'd need strict definitions on what goes into each category. What makes content "hard to find"? To one person, it could be something that's only available in a betamax in a warehouse. To another, it could be something that's only available on another country's Netflix. Keeping categories broad means there's less room for edit wars.
How would "unidentified" be used? It looks like a cool idea.
Post by forlornjackalope on Mar 15, 2021 22:14:20 GMT
We should have a color code for nonexistence confirmed as well, so episode 29 of Kablam for instance. I really dig this idea, though the rare specification portion would be debatable, especially amongst collectors and those who are in the know.