Netflix Unveils First Footage of First Animated Feature ‘Klaus’ at Annecy


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Netflix Unveils First Footage of First Animated Feature ‘Klaus’ at Annecy

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  1. >Pablos said he bristled against the ubiquity of 3-D in animation and set out to revive the hand-drawn medium. “The goal is not to bring 2D back but to bring it forward,” he said of developing the new layering technique. The process retains the “little imperfections that give it charm.”

    >Syzmon said that the technique was created because “3-D looks washed out, and something is lost through machinery. We wanted to avoid that.” The team explained the process in depth, which involves layering several differently colored cells.

  2. This is entirely beside my opinion of this movie, which I’m sure is wonderful and the team behind it is super talented and so on.

    … But isn’t anyone else tired of those exaggerated “Disney faces” animated characters always do? There’s no human being that’d make that thumbnail face. And most animations before Disney’s big cinema megahits wouldn’t either. Somehow along the way, this became just the way “high-end animation” looks.

    Honestly what is this mouth shape even? What is he doing? WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOUR FAAAAAACE?

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