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Old 01-18-04, 01:10 AM
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Pixar's new short film

I didn't see anyone mention this but I found this link, http://vfxworld.com/?sa=adv&code=319...icles&id=1964, and I've always liked pixar's shorts so I thought I'd post it.
Inspired by a Song and a Sheared Lamb
A banjo-strumming, high-stepping Pixar short marks a turning point for traditional animator Bud Luckey — the artist responsible for designing Woody.
"Bud Luckey’s new Pixar film, Boundin’, the story of a once proud lamb that mopes around after losing its wooly coat, only to regain its infectious spirit with the help of a sagacious Jackalope, also took flight as a catchy tune.

For some, Boundin’ is a cross between the vibrancy of Mary Blair and the buoyancy of George Pal. For others, including Pixar’s Pete Docter, who recruited the 69-year-old traditional animator from Colossal Pictures in nearby San Francisco in ‘92, Boundin’ recalls the short films about counting Luckey directed during the first season of Sesame Street. But to the very humble and self-effacing Luckey, who attended Chouinard Art Institute (now CalArts) and was mentored by Art Babbitt at USC, the roots of Boundin’ go all the way back to his childhood in Billings, Montana."




Also heres an incredible pic for those who didn't check it out already:
http://www.chud.com/graphics11/incredibles1.jpg

Also http://www.blur.com, not the band, has a short cg film that is oscar nomminated for those who want to check it out:
Old 01-21-04, 12:28 AM
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Heres a link:
http://www.pixar.com/shorts/bdn/

With video this time. It looks different....
Old 01-21-04, 03:54 AM
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Is anyone else having difficulty to get this to play? I consider myself pretty damned tech/multimedia saavy, but I get the broken Quicktime link both at work (Win2K, QT 6.0) and my various home machines (WinXP, Win2K, and Win98SE, all running QT 6.4), But apparently some people (Doctorwho at least) have been able to view it.
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yeah i had problems too so i checked the source and this is a working link to the big version

Click Here
Old 01-21-04, 04:05 AM
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Just grabbed it. Thanks!
Old 01-21-04, 12:02 PM
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Thanks for the link glassdragon. The sneap peek was okay. The whole short film would probably be better. It didn't seem like "Pixar's" kind of short film.

On the other hand, I really liked the ROCKFISH short.
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Anyone know where to get the full Rockfish video? i'd love to see that.
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I think the PC term here is "vertically challenged," thank you very much.

btw, for the heads up!

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