How 'Wolfwalkers' Animated Its Wolf Vision Scenes | Movies Insider


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How 'Wolfwalkers' Animated Its Wolf Vision Scenes | Movies Insider



Animated films can be 2D or 3D, but oftentimes they’re actually a bit of both. Animators use “2.5D” animation techniques to make flat images appear 3D and …

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  1. Animation is so beautiful and wonderful. It is terrible that it is so time consuming though, would be great to see more of it in the world. Pretty tired of bad CGI stuff tbh.

  2. Miyazaki even used cg in Princess Mononoke despite some reluctances regarding computer animation, and nailed the 2d look. You'd have to be told to notice where it was used.

  3. This is really odd. I don't know why they didn't Digitally draw the overlays using Corel Painter (there must be a dozen Art Apps on tablets – I know a great one for Manga/Animé – or even bloody Photoshop). They absolutely would have been able to do the smudged graphite textures & using the onion skin tool, rapidly duplicate the non-changing parts of the scene.

    Even the smudging/smearing qualities of graphite & low tooth paper (my guess after seeing the smearing) would still have come through wonderfully.

    Full Discosure: I've used Corel Painter, with a Wacom tablet, since the beginning (back in the 90s) for Digital Paintings / Artworks (For my kind of animation, I preferred Flash), so unless I'm missing something important about their speciality technique,, they just seem to be doing things the hard way to me. Using a 3D app for pre-vis is really common in the video industry, but to virtually rotoscope only a dozen frames a second, would add up to something like 50,000 images – extremely hard work that just isn't necessary anymore…

    I'm sure there's something important that this video left out, maybe 'cause it sounded too technical.

  4. So cool
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  5. After watching this movie I had a feeling that there was not enough of those wolf-vision perspectives and other awesome effects included, they were just so good that I couldnt get enough. Now, seeing how much effort did it take to create those beautiful scenes, I have even more respect to the animators and just can't expect more, the amount of work already put in the movie was immense already. Let that feeling of insufficiency be the determinant of how good this thing actually is. All the people working on this thing deserve some standing ovation.