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It's also been reported that Kelly McDonald will be replacing Reese Witherspoon in the lead role. I'm sure Witherspoon can do the accent fine, but I like that they've gone with an actual Scot.


I'm not really familiar with this Kelly MacDonald, but anyone's better than Witherspoon.


She played in Trainspotting, No Country For Old Men and in the HBO series Boardwalk Empire.

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The artwork looks amazing, very different to anything Pixar have done before. I didn't have any particular problem with Reese Witherspoon but in hindsight it does make sense to have a Scottish actress voice a Scottish character and I think Kelly McDonald is a brilliant actress.

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That's beautiful art for what is sure to be a beautiful film very different for Pixar! :D

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For larger, hi-res versions of all four concept art images, click here:
http://www.toonzone.net/news/articles/3 ... xars-brave

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New Leaked 'Brave' Concept Art:


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I've found the image on this Spanish blog:
http://princessdisney-princesasdisney.b ... brave.html

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Wow, the concept art looks awesome! :o Thanks for posting!


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Wow, the concept art looks awesome! :o Thanks for posting!


No problem! :wink:

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Ooh! That looks wonderful! I want more!


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To be honest, the artworks so far has done nothing for me. maybe that'll change once I see the actual character models and such. but she reminds me of carrot top at the moment.


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I feel like jerk saying this, but having seen some of this film's concept art, as well as Toy Story 3's, I feel a little underwhelmed. Toy Story 3 is the problem really. All the art I came across seemed to be digital paintings - which possess a unique aesthetic ... which I do not like.

I doubt the annoying effect is simply due to the fact that the paintings are digital. I think if the artists wanted to make a digital painting look traditional, they could. So I just have a problem with the chosen style.


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^I didn't notice it til you mentioned it. I kinda agree with you now!


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Thanks for posting. The face on the girl looks very Pixar-like.


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I feel like jerk saying this, but having seen some of this film's concept art, as well as Toy Story 3's, I feel a little underwhelmed. Toy Story 3 is the problem really. All the art I came across seemed to be digital paintings - which possess a unique aesthetic ... which I do not like.

I doubt the annoying effect is simply due to the fact that the paintings are digital. I think if the artists wanted to make a digital painting look traditional, they could. So I just have a problem with the chosen style.


Only, that's the way these paintings have been done since Ratatouille.

They're still beautiful, and I love them, but I dont think technology has entirely caught up here.

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While digital art typically has a certain look to it, I can guarantee there's plenty of digital art out there that would be confused for traditional . . . after all, a stylus is just another tool like a pencil or paintbrush. But anyway, the preproduction art is supposed to capture feeling, atmosphere, and story; the medium itself isn't important since it's merely supposed to inspire the eventual final product . . . product which will be CG.

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Julian Carter wrote:
I feel like jerk saying this, but having seen some of this film's concept art, as well as Toy Story 3's, I feel a little underwhelmed. Toy Story 3 is the problem really. All the art I came across seemed to be digital paintings - which possess a unique aesthetic ... which I do not like.

I doubt the annoying effect is simply due to the fact that the paintings are digital. I think if the artists wanted to make a digital painting look traditional, they could. So I just have a problem with the chosen style.


Do you like the art from recent Disney movies? Tangled, PatF, Bolt... all the concept art from those movies was digital. Or certainly the vast majority of it. (Except character sketches of course)


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A thought just occurred to me. Will this be the first Pixar feature to not have the Pizza Planet truck, considering it's set many years before the invention of the automobile. I guess they could turn it into a horse and buggy, but did they have pizza in Scotland when Brave is set?

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Yeah I don't see the pizza planet truck making an appearance. And I kinda want them to let that running gag rest now. It's been fun, but it's time to move on. Knowing Pixar though, they'll cram it in there.

Maybe they should just give it a speaking role in Cars 3.


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It will be some sort of tomato flatbread cart in a market!

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Well since we're talking about Pixar's trademarks, who wants to bet that John Ratzenberger doing a thick Scottish accent? That I have got to hear!


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