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7.15.2011

Winnie the Pooh is out!!!

Winnie da POOOOOH!

Hey everyone! Winnie the Pooh is out today! Here's a little gif from a part of the Honeydream sequence I boarded, where Pooh is trippin' out. Go see it!!!! Also stay for after the credits, otherwise you might miss something! ;)

20 comments:

Kristina Bustamante said...

What a beautifully animated storyboard sequence! I want to see the movie more than ever now!

Carrie Liao said...

Oh man, this is so cute! Haha I would have watched the movie before, but now I'm 352% more sure that I want to watch it.

I could watch the whole movie just in boards, if they are like this.

Nate Villanueva said...

holy cyow! what a lovely sequence

Junko Miyakoshi said...

Yay :D
I'm going this weekend, super excited!!
I'm already lovig this gif animation :)

Cheers,
Junko

Mike Jones said...

Awesome boards! I love the camera rotation! I'd heard about Pooh having a 'trippin' sequence! Can't wait to see this!

Gabby Zapata said...

ooOOooo yay! I am so excited! I'll be seeing it tonight after work :D!!!

STUDIODYNAMO said...

is Nick Fury at the end?

Kristina Bustamante said...

Something just occurred to me: the perspective on this is incredible! Was it all from your head, or did you use Maya or some other 3D software for reference?

Clio said...

Thanks so much guys!! =D

Kristina: It's from my head - easy enough to cheat what with it being liquid and all!

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elephantmarchblog said...

Saw it: it was refreshing to see a animated film that didn't feel it needed to add in an extra half hour of padding (COUGH, Horton) when it wasn't needed. I'm also glad that, while the pacing was tighter then the older films, it more or less didn't try to "with attitude" it up at all, nor add intensity or large climaxes, just because that's expected of an animated feature.

I was simple, charming, lowkey and not just cute but quite hilarious: And I was very picky about the characters because this was probalby the largest animation influence on my growing.

Heh, and a theory I had was correct with at least one couple I talked to in the theatre: they put it out the same night as Hallows to bring in people who couldn't get any seats for the former.

Also, sooo stoked to see your name so early in the credits: good on ya!

Rob said...

wowowowoowowow!!!

Sonia said...

Lovely animatic, lovely film!

Erik Robinson said...

Hahaha, wow!!! I saw the film on the weekend, and it was great! Simple, charming, everything everyone is saying is true! The film was fantastic, a real salute to everyone involved! And I read the little article on you in 'THE GEORGIA STRAIT', way to make all us Vancouver animators proud (and jealous)!!!

Zepol Ilustradora said...

Estupenda, es bellismo.

John Young said...

Me and Emmett are going to see it tomorrow!! I'm totally jazzed. congrats.

Eric Emard said...

SO inspiring to see Cap Alumn having such success :) Great flow with this sequence. What software r u using?
thx :)

Seo Kim said...

o m g sooo cute!

iscary said...

i love this! great job.

Ying-Hsuan (Jennifer) Chen said...

beautiful beautiful stuff! too bad i haven't seen the movie yet but i will! for sure.