I love my nephew's visits, if only so we can pull the old Scalextric set out and pretend we're both eight-year-olds. While this special Toy Story edition is only a 1:64 scale, I still really, really want it.
Here's how Hollywood's making money these days: 3D, sequels, and kids. All of these things intersect to bring us today's news: RealD will offer their comparatively stylish 3D specs in kids-face sizes at Toy Story 3 screenings this Friday. [MSNBC]
Rough sketches like this are one of the first steps in creating animated movies like Pixar's Toy Story 3. Wired took a look at how 49,516 such rough, vague sketches were used to create detailed scenes like this:
Oh, Thrustmaster. What heavenly delights have you brought us this time? Oh, the world's heaviest DS stylus? You shouldn't have. No, really. What's that? It's a projector as well?