Warner Bros. still does direct-to-video animated features (sometimes a sequel). Disney, on the other hand, thinks that direct-to-video sequels are just too unfaithful to the original animated film’s source material. Plus, probably they wanted to avoid competition with Warner Bros.’s animated direct-to-video films in the direct-to-video market.
I was browsing through Twitter looking at people who for Disney Animation, and one of the accounts I found was DisneyAnimation Jobs where post latest jobs openings for trainees, and the VisDev job openings had three samples of visual development.
I was wondering if those examples are from a upcoming Disney animated movie like, what setting is this taking place like why is there a tea party in a room filled with jungle tree branches? Where did the dishes and pillows come from? Why is there a pot with faces on it? Where did the girl's clothing come from? What is this monkey and why is it purple? Like what country could this concept art taking place in? Is this based on a story?
Basically, the movie is an Indian twist on The Emperor's Nightingale by Hans Christian Andersen. All of the concept art is clearly based in India. I'm familiar with all that South Asian architexture. One of the concept artwork is even depicting a Hindu-like deity.
As a Brown person, this has already won me over Gigantic. Are you familar with Indian culture by any chance?
Okay, I got it now. But why can't you upload an image via URL?
And are you going to get the game, too? If so, which version of the game are you getting: the standard edition, the deluxe edition, or the collector's edition? I pre-ordered my copy at GameStop as soon as the release date was announced, and I'm getting the deluxe edition. The game comes out on September 19.
Yes, Street Fighter V was not so good, but Street Fighter IV was much better by far, because it had many more gameplay modes, allowing it to appeal to both casual and hardcore gamers alike (I'm a casual gamer). I have the Ultra edition for PS3, as well as the 3D edition for Nintendo 3DS. I also have Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 for PS3. I have both the PS3 and the PS4, as well as the 3DS.
And Capcom learned their lesson with Street Fighter V, which is why they are putting in a lot more content into Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite, especially a story mode, which Marvel vs. Capcom 3 did not have. Capcom, Marvel, and Disney want to bring in new fans with this installment, which is why they are putting in a lot of content.
Please do not touch the images displayed on the main WIki pages. I get you are only trying to help by upgrading the pics but they are fine as they are. You also don't replace over images that don't match the replecmant.
Who are the associate producer, associate production designer, production manager, head of enviornments, set extension supervisor, modeling supervisors, look developement supervisors, rigging supervisor, simulation supervisor, layout supervisor, layout finaling supervisor, post production executive and senior production supervisor for Moana?