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Computer Graphics World
A Night To Remember
Disney•Pixar’s Coco honors Mexican culture with a joyful, heartwarming CG animated feature
Darla Anderson (interviewee)
Daniel Arriaga (interviewee)
Byron Bashforth (interviewee)
Chris Bernardi (interviewee)
David Eberle (reference)
Danielle Feinberg (interviewee)
Emron Grover (interviewee)
Christian Hoffman (interviewee)
Harley Jessup (interviewee)
Ed Love (reference)
Alonso Martinez (interviewee)
Adrian Molina (interviewee)
Dave Mullins (reference)
Nick Rosario (interviewee)
Gini Santos (interviewee)
Lee Unkrich (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Back To The Future
Artists at Pixar Animation Studio embrace new tools and techniques to create Incredibles 2.
Mahyar Abouosaeedi (interviewee)
Brad Bird (interviewee)
Ralph Eggleston (interviewee)
Nathan Fariss (interviewee)
Bryn Imagire (interviewee)
Fran Kalal (interviewee)
Philip Metschan (interviewee)
John Walker (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Not Your Father’s Nutcracker
Artists at MPC, with help from Rodeo FX and Luma, create a fantasy world to help move the familiar Christmas story into new territory.
Richard Clegg (interviewee)
Lasse Hallström (reference)
Joe Johnston (reference)
Max Wood (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Internet explorer
Artists create a vast digital ‘Net universe filled with characters of all types for Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Phil Johnston (reference)
Dave Komorowski (interviewee)
Kira Lehtomaki (interviewee)
Rich Moore (interviewee)
Larry Wu (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious!
Creating Vfx For Disney’s Much Anticipated Mary Poppins Returns
Matt Johnson (interviewee)
Rob Marshall (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Pride of Place
MPC artists create the first photorealistic CG feature filmed entirely in virtual reality.
James Chinlund (reference)
Caleb Deschanel (reference)
Jon Favreau (reference)
Audrey Ferrara (interviewee)
Andrew R. Jones (interviewee)
Rob Legato (interviewee)
Elliot Newman (interviewee)
Adam Valdez (reference)
Computer Graphics World
Toy Story
A Triumph of Animation
Sharon Calahan (interviewee)
Ed Catmull (interviewee)
Pete Docter (interviewee)
Tom Hanks (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
Randy Newman (reference)
Eben Ostby (interviewee)
Bill Reeves (reference)
Peter Schneider (interviewee)
Galyn Susman (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Toy Story Age 24
The Years From Toy Story To Toy Story 4 Have Brought Magnificent Changes
Ed Catmull (reference)
Eben Ostby (reference)
Bill Reeves (reference)
Alvy Ray Smith (reference)
Galyn Susman (reference)
Computer Graphics World
More Toys Than Ever Before
After a 10-year hiatus, Pixar once again helps Woody rescue his wildly popular toy family from danger
Jodi Benson (reference)
Brad Bird (reference)
Pete Docter (reference)
Tom Hanks (reference)
John Lasseter (reference)
Bob Peterson (reference)
Joe Ranft (reference)
Bill Reeves (reference)
Wallace Shawn (reference)
Andrew Stanton (reference)
Lee Unkrich (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Toying Around
Pixar Again Pushes The State Of The Art In Toy Story 4
Josh Cooley (interviewee)
John Lasseter (reference)
Robert Moyer (interviewee)
Bob Pauley (reference)
Bill Reeves (interviewee)
Andrew Stanton (reference)
Computer Graphics World
Frozen in Time No More
Disney animators take Elsa and Anna on another historic adventure
Chris Buck (reference)
Peter Del Vecho (interviewee)
Eyvind Earle (reference)
Sean Jenkins (interviewee)
Lisa Keene (interviewee)
Jennifer Lee (interviewee)
Svetla Radivoeva (interviewee)
Erin Ramos (interviewee)
Bill Schwab (interviewee)
David Suroveic (interviewee)
David Womersley (interviewee)
Computer Graphics World
Bounty-ful VFX
Lucasfilm’s Space Western Puts Feature-film Quality Visuals On Tv Screens Thanks To Innovative Filmmaking Techniques
Jon Favreau (reference)
Dennis Muren (reference)