Liza at The Oscars, + Animation Winners

So you and I missed The Oscars.

We can still experience it vicariously through the sketches of cartoonist Liza Donnelly.

© Liza Donnelly

As MEAWW explains:

Liza Donnelly, who started contributing to The New Yorker in 1979, has made her sixth visit to live-draw from the Oscars 2023. Donnelly made history in 2016 by being the first person to ever “live-draw” on the red carpet. She has now taken to her Twitter account to share her Oscars drawings. The Twitter account ‘Shouts & Murmurs’ has shared a series of her drawings.

Liza shares the live sketching at her Twitter account and at The New Yorker’s Shouts & Murmurs.

Also at The 95th Academy Awards:

Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio; The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse; and Avatar: The Way of Water took home trophies for best animated feature, animated short, and visual effects, respectively.

Jamie Lang, for Cartoon Brew brings us up-to-date with background and nominees for the animation categories.

Although the eventual winners weren’t necessarily surprising, some intriguing storylines were confirmed when their names were announced. With Pinocchio’s win, Disney failed to score the animated feature trophy for only the third time in 16 years, and more tellingly, the second time in five years…

Pinocchio became just the second stop-motion film ever to win best animated feature…

Apple scored its first-ever animation Oscar with The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse

All Oscar winners are announced at The Academy Awards Twitter page.