“Weaving The Druun’s Webbing” by Rice

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Entry Number: 21


    Weaving The Druun’s Webbing



    The Druun in Walt Disney Animation Studio’s “Raya and the Last Dragon” is a unique character, both in design and in implementation. Over the course of this film, unique solutions were designed to overcome the technical challenges of having a creature made of both a fluid and a web like structure. In this talk we will present the techniques used to bring one of the Druun’s amazing features to life: the webbing.


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