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The only thing reused is the outline of the tree and the shaping of the surface (including the knot). The bark texture, and everything else in the picture, is different. So, they didn`t save all that much work, relative to the total amount of work in drawing these.
Regardless of the motivation, reusing an element like this doesn`t make the old Dis animators "hacks". Their level of detail was much higher than in most (not all) hand-done animation done in the last 50 years.
Why can`t we even bring up race without thinking we`re being racist?
eh..whatever. On a different note I loved the Jungle Book.
Anyway, as I`ve explained before, it has absolutely nothing to do with laziness (or "alluding" to another film).
Things like this occurred when either money or time was an issue. Robin Hood, for example, had a very tight budget and has a multitude of these occurrences.
Are you on a Disney site?
Did EBaum or IAB actually claim the picture as their own specific creation?
Do you enjoy trying to create arguments for the sake of it?
Please, be quiet, and let us all enjoy the laziness of the ancient Disney artists without ridiculous accusations of no real purpose.
Much appreciated ^^
That god damned IAB watermark. This is a DISNEY image, not an IAB image.
How many people on this board called E Baum a thief? Watermarking poo that wasn`t his?
A WHOLE NEW WORLD...
I still love Disney regardless.
>AlexTron> Wasn`t there an entire video of these that was posted a while ago?
Gee, like the one ghostofme linked just 12 posts below yours? Like that?
PS that`s a great site, that one.
In pixar animations they reuse the same textures on all of the 3d models but since the textures are on different models you would never know that about half of every pixar movie is used in another of their films as well. The textures become a pooled resource they can grab things from when needed. Again just a time saver and not really something to criticize.
And to the person who commented about live-action models: you can`t be serious about that.
by the way every aladdin movie is the same way
can`t blame them