Nrthwnd wrote:Where's the witch? Where's the witch? Where's The Witch?
(I saw the new video earlier on another site - the whole thing with the AAs and the face mapping looks awesome. I was wondering if the 'facial features' would be good and work, and they look like they are!)
Yes, it looks like they've taken the technology used on the Buzz Lightyear AA to a new level.
Came across this on DaMouse.com (via Screamscape) today. Imagineers have been riding. We finally have a good look at the cars swinging, too! It's nothing extreme but will definitely make for a funky ride.
I don't think it would blend well with the yeti because he has a hairy face. The dwarfs have smooth skin and smooth faces, so it blends well with the projection face. The yeti would end up having a face like Mickey if they did that, lol.
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