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Tag Archives: Animation
A new images was released from Disney Animation’s next feature film. In it, 8-bit Ralph, is inside a game called Hero’s Duty, instead of his own game – “Wreck-It Ralph”. On a quest to prove he’s got what it takes … Continue reading
The innovative animated short “Paperman” from first-time director John Kahrs makes its theatrical debut in front of “Wreck-It Ralph” on Nov. 2, 2012. Three new image stills from the movie have been released. Above is “Morning Commute” – In “Paperman,” … 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
It was 1996 and Walt Disney Feature Animation was undergoing a bit of a renaissance, Aladdin, The Lion King, and Pocahontas were all hits. They were even getting new digs close to the main studio and out of that terrible … Continue reading