Tag Archives: animation
It’s painstaking work, to be sure, and fascinating to see how it all comes together.
On the unusual, specific role of the producer in a Disney animation and the tight crunch to get Frozen made when a whole year was lopped off the schedule.
Here’s this weekend’s elaborate couch gag for The Simpsons. Sticking to the events of The Hobbit allows them the opportunity to do Lord of the Rings later, I guess.
My weakness for smart asses and time travel yarns put this film pretty high on my anticipation list.
According to Disney’s current release calendar, we won’t see Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur until November 2015. That’s a mighty long time.
It certainly has a charming pair of lead characters.
Tonight’s the night that Toy Story of TERROR! will premiere on ABC, bringing back the Andy’s Room gang – sorry Bonnie – for their first TV special.
I can’t get sufficient internet bandwidth where I am to watch the new Superman 75th anniversary short, but I understand it’s quite the crowd pleaser.
They’re busy making more Star Wars for us.
It’s interesting to see which characters are featured and in which aspect. I don’t think this counts as spoiler material, but it certainly hints at things that weren’t clear from the trailers.
So completely and utterly true to the feeling of the Toy Story series.
There’s a lot you can learn from where an animator decides to get their Big Hero 6 tattoo. Well, okay, maybe not. But if phrenology can catch on, surely anything can.
Get A Brief, Imperfect Look At Disney’s Amazing Blend Of Hand Drawn And CG In New Short, Get A Horse!
I knew what the deal with Get A Horse! was but seeing it actually happening is incredibly powerful.
Okay, we’ve seen Combat Carl before, from a distance, getting blown up in Sid’s garden in the first Toy Story. But now he’s ready for his close up.
The story of Oscar and Corina, a cat and a cockatoo, on a Rear Window-inspired missing “persons” investigation.
I’m a real animation lover, I’m sure you’ve noticed, and there’s a lot about Frozen that has me excited.
Meanwhile, record numbers of those birds are turning up in California, having been pretty scarce for the last half-century. Go Boobies.
Not one of the studio’s fantasy pieces, but does fit pretty comfortably into their brand of melancholy memoir, comparing well to Ocean Waves or Only Yesterday.