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About Toy StoryEdit

  • I think the subject matter lends itself to the medium very much. When we started "Toy Story" back in 1991, computer graphics tended to make everything look like they were made of plastic, and so it was a natural subject matter. But with computer animation, we were also able to get the detail: the seams on Buzz Lightyear - the little screwheads holding the parts together. There was an embossed '© Disney' on his butt. All those things made it feel like the audience was looking at it going, "Yeah, I believe those are toys.
    • John Lasseter [1]

The above quote actually does say something of note regarding the limits of CGI technology and the film. CensoredScribe (talk) 19:00, 5 February 2017 (UTC)

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