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Category Archives: pixar
While wandering through the The Magic of Disney Animation building at Disney’s Hollywood Studios I noticed that there was a new poster for Pixar’s “Finding Dory.” I’m a bit surprised by how dark & murky the feel is. But I … Continue reading
In a move meant to solidify the recent success of both studios, Ed Catmull, President, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, announced today that Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Andrew Millstein and Pixar Animation Studios’ Jim Morris have been promoted to … Continue reading
In October, we reported that Pixar’s animated feature “The Good Dinosaur” had been moving forward with a new director – Peter Sohn. Sohn even hand drew a little teaser video. After replacing the previous director, a not uncommon occurrence at … Continue reading
It’s a bit awkward to think about when you’re in the theater, but today’s computer animated movies are not just works of art, but they’re millions of mathematical calculations as well. Without the math that gives the illusion of smoothness … Continue reading