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Tag Archives: cg animation
We know that Monsters University, the prequel to Monsters Inc, will follow Mike and Sulley as they enter college and meet for the first time. The origin story film promises lots of laughter and a new story, while returning to … Continue reading
Although Wreck-it Ralph has his home in the ‘classic’ Fix-it Felix Jr. video game, most of the movie takes place in a more modern video game – Sugar Rush. The detail that went into creating this world is pretty impressive, … Continue reading
A new TV ad for Walt Disney Animation Studio’s November film “Wreck-it Ralph” has hit the airwaves. It features popular actor Jane Lynch who plays Sergeant Calhoun in the film: In case you missed it, here’s the synopsis: Wreck-It Ralph … Continue reading
Patrick Giusiano, currently an animator at Blue Sky studios, previously had the opportunity to work on Disney’s John Carter while working at Double Negative — a digital effects studio. While working with Director Andrew Stanton and Pixar’s artistic supervision team, … Continue reading