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Tag Archives: concept art
Walt Disney Animation Studios has just released some of the first production art from Wreck-it Ralph. In it we get a look at some of the tests for the characters of Ralph and Vanellope Von Schweetz. That’s quite a range … Continue reading
If you find yourself at San Diego Comic-Con this year be sure to check out the amazing TRON Uprising art of artist Albeto Mielgo. He’ll be signing it with character designer Rob Valley. More beautiful TRON art on Mielgo’s blog.
Yesterday we saw the first trailer for Monsters University, the next film from Pixar following Brave. Monsters University is a prequel to Monsters Inc and will take Mike & Sulley back to their college years. Disney has released some concept … Continue reading
EPCOT’s re-imagined Test Track attraction will put the guest inside a computer as they partake in a digital test environment from the queue, through the ride, and even into the post ride experience. Modern day automotive design relies on computer … Continue reading
As we saw with the 2011 holiday version of Magic, Memories, and You the digital projection nature of the show makes it relatively easy (there’s still a lot of creative work involved) for Disney to update the show for special … Continue reading