Okay, I hope this doesn't get me too obsessed about it, because it's bugging me a little bit. As much as I don't hate CGI films, but I miss Disney doing 2d hand drawn films and they haven't done that since Winnie the Pooh 2011. I was so upset when I heard the new that Bob Iger says they're not doing hand drawn animated movies at this time, snd I've got cranky ranting almost every chat forum, but that was a long time ago. People always told me that Disney . is never going to do hand drawn animrwd films again. Even my family said that too. And I've been obsessing about it so long, I almost thinking to type a hate tweets on Disney, but thankfully I couldn't do it, because there's that sad and crazy user name Nick Sorenson AKA Tooneguy made over thousands of death threat tweets over on twitter to cancel cgi films and bring back hand drawn animation. I was so horrified seeing that and it makes me so glad thst I didn't do that to Disney. Is it true that Nick Sorenson used to be here? Because I've heard he used to be here. Anyway, back to this, I was also hoping that they might use the meander animation like they did for Paperman and Feast, but I've heard that even though they still use it, but they don't want to do it like in Paperman or Feast form. But, since John Lasseter is going to be gone soon (which I'm glad for a good reason), I wonder if there's a chance that maybe Jennifer Lee might bring back hand drawn animation. Although I can't gauranteed that'll happen. Anyway, to end this, I might ask will DIsney ever do hand drawn animation again someday?
I don’t think so. There was an unreleased Disney short called Princess Academy that was about all the female hand-drawn characters learning how to be a proper princess. It wasn’t released because Disney’s hand-drawn animation studios were closed.
Disney will go back to hand drawn animation again, I know it. They still use it today for some of their CGI films, like little Maui in Moana.
The problem with hand drawn vs CGI is that, on average, a hand drawn film takes longer and cost more than a CGI film, because of the differences in the mediums. As such, when Princess and the Frog and Winnie the Pooh underpreformed at their box offices (which I attribute more to poor release schedule than anything else), Disney saw it as non profitable. But eventually someone is going to get an idea for a good hand drawn film, and we'll see a return to form. These things come in peaks and valleys, and we're just in a valley right now.
I don't blame any artist, I've even helped an artist not give up when he wasn't at all sure how to continue from this very site of Disney, mainly I like that doing the hand drawning movies increases the choices of several details. What kind of character, What Kind of Tale, a little more clue of what the have the characters do together, a little more clue of how the show each scenes and what to delete. John Rocco he's awesome for fantasy illustrations. There are times it's the hand drawing that helped the story really get attiention while the events just cause curiosity of how stuff happened. Sometimes hand drawn movies are easy enough to imagine that even the cast is easier to choose because you're imagining the tones that would be used for each character's quotes.
This wish is more like some fans want to tell the best artists that draw pictures for films they miss them and would like a few of them to return and do some more hand drawn films with Disney.
I just as well anticipate, at least we shall gather some from Mary Poppins Returns and a great Majority from Princess and the Frog, but until then...
Really?! Oh my goodness! I think this 2009 animated film on this best phenomenal nominated award winning movie would a wonderful idea, and I’m absolutely so sure our best hand drawing animators would be able to return to Walt Disney Animation Studios in what year...?