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Tag Archives: cg animation
Disney animator Jamaal Bradley (alas, now at Dreamworks) created a video to show how a scene comes together. In this case a snippet of “Mama Knows Best” from Rapunzel is first shown in final render, then broken down step by … Continue reading
Disney*Pixar has released the latest clip from its upcoming film “Brave.” In it the three clans present the suitors for Princess Merida’s hand. Definitely like this segment (even though we’ve already seen much of it). But I’m still interested in … Continue reading
A new trailer from Pixar tells the story of Merida, the fiery redhead who is at the center of the animated feature Brave. There’s definitely some new footage in this clip, plus we get to learn more about Princess Merida. … Continue reading
Hello! A new poster last night and then a brand new trailer this morning. I told you things were starting to pickup for Pixar’s Brave. This trailer contains about 2 minutes of footage from one scene in the movie. What … Continue reading