Sonic.ranger4000 wrote: I’m telling y’all we don’t use hand drawn animation anymore. I bet it’s computer drawn now if my predictions are correct.
You mean like Toon Boom Harmony? If so, I have to agree. I mean, I think the reason that hand drawn animation got so expensive is maybe because of papers and such. I don't know, it's just a guess. Now, I can't promise that it'll get Disney's confidence back of doing 2d films, but I quess we'll see how it goes. My brother told me to give up hoping for hand drawn animation, so I shouldn't told him that anymore. However, I need to be careful what we're hoping, because like I said, we can't guarantee that'll happen. We can do is maybe make a hashtag #bringback2danimation to spread around Twitter as much as we can or just support the movie the best we can.
It was all hand old school style. All the 2D animation was created at Duncan Studio in Pasadena, using paper and pencil. Ken Duncan, who was an ex Disney animator and his team did it all by hand. There was a little CG augmentation, but the bluk of it was.created by a big group of 2D animators, youn amd old men and women. They did a beautiful job and proved that you can still make amazing 2D animation!
The only reason that hand-drawn animation will be used in certain scenes of Mary Poppins Returns is because there were hand-drawn/live action scenes in the original. Disney wants the sequel to not technically be a remake but for it to have similar elements of the original.