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AppAdviceWatch 'The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore', The Academy Award .../FILM (blog)When a Pixar film is nominated for an Oscar, chances are it's going to win. For proof, look at the Best Animated Feature category.
Add a nice chiseled look to your text in Cinema 4D with this tutorial. As I note in the video, the basic technique is the same across every font, letter, and even logos, but each one has it's a u... (@RagingClaw learn yourself somethin, son!
Animation Director Byron Vaughns and his wife Betty have suffered far more than their share of bad luck including a house fire and a medical emergency and not enough money to pay for it, a sadly common plight these days.
PanARMENIAN.NetWatch: New TV Spot for Pixar's 'Brave' the Best We've Seen for It YetFirst ShowingIt finally shows Brave in the way it should be shown and captures the wonder and magic of Pixar storytelling.
It feels like I'm being let into a secret society,” Rango director Gore Verbinski told The Hollywood Reporter at his first Annie (Animation) Awards, Saturday at Royce Hall at UCLA. “They collaborate in such a massive way that ...
Pixar's awards hopes may lie with its short film, not 'Cars 2'Los Angeles TimesWhen Pixar's "Cars 2" lost the Golden Globe award for animated feature to Steven Spielberg's 3-D performance-capture film "The Adventures of Tintin" at Sunday's 69th ceremony,...
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