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Tag Archives: digital animation
Pixar provided the Wall Street Journal with a new still from The Blue Umbrella. I like the photo realism in this rendering. A post on the Walt Disney Studios blog also revealed the official plot synopsis: It is just another … 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
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
Last Monday Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Science hosted the Marc Davis Lecture, which this year was a panel talk. Among the panelists was John Lasseter who spoke on the future of animation. One of my favorite quotes from … Continue reading
Disney has released three new images from Pixar’s Brave. As in the previous stills you can really see the artistry and the talent that went into lighting and modeling each scene. Love it. Check’em out below the jump: