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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2012 11:00 am 
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There's an interesting discussion about "Paperman" on Cartoon Brew.

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New piece of visual devellopment art is posted on the Paperman facebook page. And it is also confirmed that the short will world premiere on the opening night of the Annecy animation festival. Then it will be screened at the LA Film fest and be attached to Wreck-It-Ralph

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When will they show us something more substantial like the characters?

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When you've paid $10 for movie tickets come November. :wink:

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Here is the first in a new series of "Making of" Paperman clips -

Paperclip: The Idea
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Mdhv0A07YA&feature=uploademail[/b]


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New updates from Paperman's Facebook pages:

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This is George—he’s about to figure out that sometimes you’ve got to go out and create your own destiny.

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Meet Meg: she has no idea that her life is about to change forever.

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Is that concept art? Or are those images from the short?

I love how grainy it is - like a newspaper. I'm guessing that newspapers somehow play into this short and thus the title "paperman"?


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Those are concept images. The final look is similar - there is even some of that grain left - but the characters are much more defined.

They said this is the happiest they have been so far with the transition of VisDev to the final look on-screen.


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Disney's Paperman Short Showcases New CG/Hand-Drawn Animation Hybrid
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jim-hill/ ... ertainment

'Paperman': The future of hand-drawn animation is Disney's new retro short
http://insidemovies.ew.com/2012/06/28/f ... -paperman/

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I know he's just going based on file names, but I can say for certain that none of those images are from the final film.


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Catherine (Pixar Animator) posted this on Twitter

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The animation world is unprepared for how phenomenal Disney's Paperman short is. The second golden age of animation is now.


another Pixar animator

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Disney's Paperman short was inspiring. You'll be lifting your jaws off the ground at the end!


lucky bastards! :P

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Brad Bird as well

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Just had the great pleasure of watching John Kahrs innovative & wonderful hand-drawn/CG mash up "PAPERMAN". Annecy, you're gonna love it.


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Inside Disney's New Animated Short Paperman
http://www.awn.com/articles/short-films ... t-paperman

Paperman Premieres at Los Angeles Film Festival
http://www.awn.com/blogs/animated-trave ... m-festival

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Nice, thanks!! Arghhhh I hope after it premieres in a few days they'll finally release a screenshot!


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Paperman Buzz Reaching Frenzy
http://www.bigscreenanimation.com/2012/ ... renzy.html

Early Buzz: Disney’s Animated Short Film ‘Paperman’ Plus New High Resolution Concept Art
http://www.slashfilm.com/early-buzz-dis ... ncept-art/

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How interesting that Disney's critical comeback, which has been brewing since The Princess and the Frog, will come in the form this rather unexpected short.

With this insane buzz I cannot wait to catch a glimpse this fall.


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Disney Animation has posted the second Paperclip video to their YouTube page. Lots of new concept art!

Paperclip: The Look
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LhGzKHXhbKs&feature=youtube_gdata_player


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I wonder if this short is very well-received (or, rather, more well-received than it already is pre-release :lol: ), would Disney consider creating an entire film with the technique? It sounds really interesting, and I believe I would prefer it to plain 3D.

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Disney's Divinity wrote:
I wonder if this short is very well-received, would Disney consider creating an entire film with the technique?


They already are. Musker and Clements' new film is going to utilize this CG/2D hybrid technique. It is currently in early development and multiple tests are being done.

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For sure. This is the future of animation. At least, it's a massive step towards the idea that photorealism is not what animated films need to necessarily be shooting for. There is a ton of unexplored territory in the CG realm, and I think this busts the doors open to the idea of exploring it further.


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SWillie! wrote:
This is the future of animation.


Well, I'm not so sure about that. Perhaps artistically, certainly not commercially. I doubt it will be changing the nature of the industry like the introduction of CG animation did. That would require a series of blockbuster films created with this technique over a long period of time.

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