“The Handiwork Behind “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure””

  • ©Josh Staub, Alessandro Jacomini, and Dan Lund

  • ©Josh Staub, Alessandro Jacomini, and Dan Lund

  • ©Josh Staub, Alessandro Jacomini, and Dan Lund

  • ©Josh Staub, Alessandro Jacomini, and Dan Lund

  • ©Josh Staub, Alessandro Jacomini, and Dan Lund

  • ©Josh Staub, Alessandro Jacomini, and Dan Lund

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Entry Number: 26

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    The Handiwork Behind “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure”

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    This talk presents a behind-the-scenes look into some of the visual and technical challenges creating the roughly 22-minute featurette “Olaf’s Frozen Adventure,” and specifically how we often incorporate 2D animation techniques into our process. Though it may not be easily apparent on screen, 2D animation is still an important part of our legacy. We often utilize 2D techniques to solve unique visual production challenges, as well as during the design phase to provide clarity to art direction leadership for approvals, which in turn provides artistic direction to artists.

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    Del Vecho, Peter (Producer), Buck, Chris and Lee, Jennifer (Directors). (2013). Frozen {Motion Picture}. United States: Walt Disney Animation Studios.
    Conli, Roy (Producer), Deters, Kevin and Wermers-Skelton, Stevie (Directors). (2017). Olaf’s Frozen Adventure {Motion Picture}. United States: Walt Disney Animation Studios.

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