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Old 14-07-2003, 01:52 PM   #46
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It's been a couple of weeks now but the last time I saw FN was about that time but I've officially seen it 3 times now and loved every minute of it!! Crush was my favorite. I had no clue they used Maya. Wow! Now I feel better about my 3D future. Not sure anyone here knows of him but I've had the opportuinity to talk to Vic Navone, one of the animators and creator of The Alien Song and after I asked how they get that GI look, he didn't mention Renderman and he said something to the effect they knew how to do what they do and they didn't use GI. He tells me The Incrdibles is going to be their best film yet... can't wait!!!

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Old 14-07-2003, 02:26 PM   #47
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Originally posted by Russell
he didn't mention Renderman and he said something to the effect they knew how to do what they do and they didn't use GI.
I had to re-read that part more than 3 times to understand what you ment but I'm still clueless

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I meant that after asking him how Pixar managed to get that global illumination look, he just told me they knew how to achieve that effect (professionally trained b***ards that they are! ) relatively easily since they had the knowledge and tools. Sorry for any confusion. You may now return to your regularly scheduled programming. Thank you. :bow:

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lol thanks for clearning that up

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One does what one can, duder... BTW, did anyone else here notice the cameo in FN of Buzz Lightyear in the dentist's office? He was a doll laying on the floor in the waiting room. Floored me immediately. LOL!

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