I don't think so, but it's fun to consider anyway. Nice setup.
Disney's Susie the Car...animation back when everything was animated, instead of just the eyes and mouth.
A very cute CGI animated short created by the talented Leo Ogawa! The story starts where a knight meets a thirsty dinosaur in the middle of a desert and a crazy chase ensues! This was Leo's second year full 3D film at CalArts, character animation program. Leo Created all the Designs, modeling, texturing, story, and animation, and most of the rigging! For more information on Leo Ogawa please visit:http://leo-ogawa.blogspot.com
Cal Arts, by the way, is Disney's school he created so all the arts could be under one roof and if you're planning on going to college for animation, this is the place to go if you want to do your own thing, have your creativity unleashed and be in the company of giants in animation.
Ub Iwerks was an incredible animator. He could do an entire cartoon...about five minutes...in one day. That's just simply amazing by any time's standards. And considering the level of detail he put into his work, this is even more astounding.
His work stands up even by today's standards. And he is well remembered by the best animators of the world for his craftmanship and style.
Ubbe Eert Iwerks, March 24, 1901 – July 7, 1971) was a two-time Academy Award winningAmerican animator, cartoonist, character designer, inventor, and special effects technician, who co-created Oswald the Lucky Rabbit andMickey Mouse with Walt Disney.
He was born in Kansas City, Missouri. His father, Eert Ubbe Iwerks, emigrated to the U.S. in 1869 from the village of Uttum in East Frisia(northwest Germany, today part of the municipality of Krummhörn). Ub's birth name can be seen on early “Alice” shorts that he signed. Several years later he simplified his name to “Ub Iwerks”, sometimes written as "U. B. Iwerks". --- from Wikipedia