M3D (partially found direct-to-video series; 1990s)

From The Lost Media Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Lmwtan cleanup.png


This article has been tagged as Needing work due to its lack of content.



M3D logo.jpeg

M3D logo.

Status: Partially Found

M3D was a series of 3D animated videos featuring songs and/or nursery rhymes. The series was created by song writer and composer, Motti Marcel Nottea, and was made somewhere in Israel. Some segments would eventually make their way into Motti Marcel Nottea's other series, Tommy and the Computoys.

Availability[edit | edit source]

Information is scarce on the topic, as it is very obscure, and it is currently unknown how many of these were made. As of now, only volumes 1, 3 and 4 have made their way onto the internet. M3D shorts were featured on Piggaso's Place, a live-action/animation blended children's show.

Videos[edit | edit source]

Vailskibum94's video on the videos.
The entire volume 3.
The entire volume 4.
The entire volume 1(prototype).
M3D featured on The Joan Rivers Show.
An ad for M3D.
An English/Spainish interview with motti.
An English interview with motti.
"Mango's Story Short"
Portuguese intro to the series.
Portuguese ending to the show.
"Quacky Ducky" (Italian version of the episode).
"Important Things" (composed of clips from other M3D episodes).
"Mango Song" (composed of clips from other M3D episodes).
"M3D Review" (English version).
"Somewhere on the Planet" (composed of clips from other M3D episodes).
"Friends" (from the episode "Piggasos Place").
"Going Places".
"The Starlight Dancers".
"Pigasso's Song".
"Monkey Quest"(Italian version of song).
"Mikey" (Hebrew version).
"Mikey" (English version).
"The Bugateers Song" (Italian version).
"The Bugateers Song" (English version).
"Rescue" (Spanish version).
Possible promo for the show.
"Pigassos Circus".
"At the Zoo".
"M3D review" (Spanish version).
"Corky" (English version).
"Corky" (Spanish version).

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Pigasso's Band 3D Render
Pigasso's Place Screenshot
Pigassos Place.jpg

Sources[edit | edit source]