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spoopy-banana:

katsallday:

gipsiidanger:

trickortreevee:

i think the disney company somehow forgot that you can make a character attractive AND expressive 

IN 2D ANIMATION, YES. CGI IS MUCH DIFFERENT AND MUCH HARDER TO FORM DIFFERENT EXPRESSIONS AND FACES OH MY GOD

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Bonus Barbie!

Please, don’t undermine the skills of modelers, riggers, and animators.

And two fun facts:

•The Incredibles was the first PIXAR film to feature humans to the scale that they did and I think they pulled off expressions on ALL their characters pretty damn well.

•Jessica Rabbit was hand inked, hand painted, and hand airbrushed on celluloid and manually composited into each scene, but they didn’t sacrifice how expressive she was just because animation is hard.

In which Meg grinds people’s ignorance into dust under her shoe and it’s beautiful.

Like, why does anyone even think this is a valid argument? “We did a half-ass job because doing a better job would take too much effort!” Dude, I’m pretty sure I learned in like, kindergarten that that wasn’t an acceptable fucking excuse.

(Source: missespeon)

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disneydreamer88:

mamasam:

This breaks my heart because you can see the exact moment that Lilo realizes how important she is to Nani. She has seen herself as the burden and responsibility (“You’d trade me for a rabbit”). She worries that she takes away the good things from Nani (“Did Stitch and I make you lose your job?”).

But right here at the end. She realizes. She is the good thing. She is the ONE. GOOD. THING. that Nani wants to keep. And she’s realizing that Nani won’t get to keep her.

Lilo and stitch is by far one of my top 3 favorite disney movies.

(Source: alexanderhamiltonisthebottom, via gaylienz)

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