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The latest news and resources for professional 3D artists. Thursday, October 19, 2008 The feature film "The Princess and the Frog" has been released. What's so special about it? The movie was based on the popular Disney character, the Princess from the animated series of the same name, a young black girl who loves to party. So I didn't see it coming. Still, I was surprised and impressed by the amazing work done by the team. I do not think that it will be the top grossing movie of all time, nor the "successful" one, but it has an excellent cast, exceptional writing and direction, a vivid world and good characters. The screenplay had some terrible problems, but they were successfully remedied. This was perhaps the most important improvement. As for the visuals, the animation is more fluid than that of previous Disney animated films. I wasn't a big fan of "The Princess and the Frog," but this time, I find it very satisfactory. The characters look more solid and "alive". The proportions are fantastic. Even the film's set design (inspired by the film "Mulan" and "The Little Mermaid" - as well as the original painting by Michaelangelo Buonarroti) is spot on. There is nothing particularly new in "The Princess and the Frog," nor it is the best Disney film ever. However, I do think it is pretty nice. At least for me. Tuesday, October 17, 2008 I have been reading a lot of interesting blog articles. However, I am totally disorganized and unable to save all of the links I encounter. That's why I am writing this short post. However, I would like to share with you a good read that I recently discovered. It is an informative article on setting up a compositing studio. At first glance, this will seem to be a professional article, but the author is a student and the text is full of references to the kind of software he uses and his "dream tools" (I am not going to name it, it is too obvious). Tuesday, October 3, 2008 A new animated film has just been released. This was the first time that The Walt Disney Company decided to invest in computer animation. I believe that the success of this film will be strongly influenced by the fact that it is the first feature film where the music was composed and produced by a classical musician.