Character of the year winners!
Thank you, Matt! - (1/?)
Matt Smith, The Eleventh Doctor.
1 January 2010 - Until the end of time.
i’m severely confused I can’t tell what is different
watch the hair. in the left gif it phases through her arm but in the right gif theyve changed it to make it trail over naturally
All these people defending the animation flaws are all, “Quit bitching and let’s see YOU do a better job!”
And someone did.
I love that.
It looks like all they did was remove a few key frames of animation, which is something anyone with basic Photoshop skills can do. If I’m wrong, I would like to know how they actually did it, because I’m always up for learning soemthing new.
Anyway, people like me are “defending” the error because we realize there isn’t one movie that’s been produced that doesn’t have mistakes. As far as Disney is concerned, this is one of the most minor flaws I’ve ever seen in a Disney film. It goes unnoticed by most casual viewers and it detracts nothing from my viewing experience. Literally, I can think of dozens of errors that were more blatantly obvious. I dare anyone to find an animated film, or a film in general, that doesn’t have something wrong with it. Why people are blowing up about this one, I have no earthly idea.
You know the scene where Elsa’s arm apparently clips through her hair?
Not an error. It was an intentional choice by the animators.
Here, from the TV Tropes Crowning Moment of Awesome Page for Frozen:
"The shot where [Elsa] lets her hair down becomes [awesome] when…
These are dark times, there is no denying. Our world has perhaps faced no greater threat than it does today. But I say this to our citizenry: we, ever your servants, continue to defend your liberty and repel the forces that would seek to take it from you. Your Ministry remains strong…
Snow White concept art by Gustaf Tenggren