“Making Mrs. Incredible More Flexible”

  • ©Kevin Singleton, Trent Crow, and Edgar Rodriguez

  • ©Kevin Singleton, Trent Crow, and Edgar Rodriguez



Entry Number: 50


    Making Mrs. Incredible More Flexible



    In Pixar’s Incredibles 2, Mrs. Incredible was once again tasked with using her power of elasticity to help those in need. Advances in technology since the first film came out nearly 15 years ago, coupled with increased audience sophistication and finer scrutiny to detail, demanded that stretching the model, shading and garments look more believable than in the previous movie. Helen’s wide range of actions takes a more prominent role in this film, and it was often times close to camera. To address these potential issues, new techniques had to be developed and new processes added to our Cloth, Shading and Rigging pipelines.


    Jeremie Talbot, Mark Piretti, Kevin Singleton, and Mark Hessler. 2016. Designing an Interaction with an Octopus. In ACM SIGGRAPH 2016 Talks (SIGGRAPH ’16). ACM, New York, NY, USA, Article 43, 1 pages.



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