‘The Blue Umbrella’: Inside a Pixar Love Story
The process began on one of those unusually rainy but otherwise ordinary California days. Pixar camera and staging artist Saschka Unseldwas walking through downtown San Francisco. Something caught his eye. He looked down, studying more closely an object stuck in the gutter in front of him.
Salvador Dalí in collaboration with Walt Disney - Destino
This is a truly beautiful piece of animation. Look at the way her hair and arms move.
and I really love the way they guy in the background turns to watch her
they didn’t need to animate that. but they did. and it’s just really nice.
One of Pixar’s ideas to show the public how animation works was to build a zoetrope, much like the one Studio Ghibli had made previously. However, instead of drawings, 18 different sculptures were made, and a strobe light was used as they spun around. This made each of the images freeze in space, creating the illusion of animation. [video]
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