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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com haleykynz: poppypng: fearsome-fandoms: arseniccupcakes: rootbeersweetheart: ultrafacts: Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’ “So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well. “We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. [x] (Fact Source) Follow Ultrafacts for more facts Brad Bird, please take over Disney save us all Brad He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right. He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator) An icon

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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com poppypng: fearsome-fandoms: arseniccupcakes: rootbeersweetheart: ultrafacts: Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’ “So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well. “We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. [x] (Fact Source) Follow Ultrafacts for more facts Brad Bird, please take over Disney save us all Brad He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right. He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator)

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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com <p><a href="https://poppypng.tumblr.com/post/169550950636/fearsome-fandoms-arseniccupcakes" class="tumblr_blog">poppypng</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://fearsome-fandoms.tumblr.com/post/127092245973">fearsome-fandoms</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://arseniccupcakes.tumblr.com/post/120745404571">arseniccupcakes</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://rootbeersweetheart.tumblr.com/post/120710579944">rootbeersweetheart</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://ultrafacts.tumblr.com/post/120200406039">ultrafacts</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’</p> <p><b>“So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well.</b></p> <p>“We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. <b><a href="http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/animation-anecdotes-212/">[x]</a></b></p> <p> <a href="http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/animation-anecdotes-212/">(Fact Source)</a> Follow <a href="http://ultrafacts.tumblr.com/"><b>Ultrafacts</b></a> for more facts <br/></p> </blockquote> <p>Brad Bird, please take over Disney</p> </blockquote> <p>save us all Brad</p> </blockquote> <p>He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right.<br/></p> </blockquote> <p>He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator)</p> </blockquote>

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Crazy, Disney, and Facts: When making The Incredibles, director Brad Bird intentionally used artists who were likely to either quit or be fired from Pixar, because he believed only they could create everything that he needed Ultrafacts.tumblr.com poppypng: fearsome-fandoms: arseniccupcakes: rootbeersweetheart: ultrafacts: Brad Bird told The McKinsey Quarterly in 2008, “The Incredibles was everything that computer-generated animation had trouble doing. It had human characters. It had hair. It had fire. It had a massive number of sets. The technical team took one look and thought, ‘This will take ten years and cost $500 million. How are we possibly going to do this?’ “So I said, ‘Give us the black sheep. I want artists who are frustrated. I want ones who have another way of doing things that nobody’s listening to. Give us all the guys who are probably headed out the door’. A lot of them were malcontents because they saw different ways of doing things, but there was little opportunity to try them, since the established way was working very, very well. “We gave the black sheep a chance to prove their theories, and we changed the way a number of things are done here (at Pixar). For less money per minute than was spent on the previous film, Finding Nemo, we did a movie that had three times the number of sets and had everything that was hard to do. All this because the heads of Pixar gave us leave to try crazy ideas. [x] (Fact Source) Follow Ultrafacts for more facts Brad Bird, please take over Disney save us all Brad He also voiced edna mode in the movie because nobody else could get what they had in mind for her right. He did the same thing with his first feature film, “The Iron Giant” most of the people who worked on the film were inexperienced but Brad gave them a chance, he’s a great director (and animator)

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Af, Fam, and Family: HAPPY HUMPDAY IG FAM!!!! How's your week treating you so far? I've been getting a lot of DM's asking about my posts from my IG story yesterday. Didn't mean to freak y'all out I'm fine!!! I just went to my oncologist yesterday for my 6 month check up. NBD not totally dying or anything. 😜I had surgery in March of 2016 and another procedure in Nov last year. I haven't had to undergo chemo or radiation thank GOD!!! 🙏🏽 Going back again later this year and as of now still not sure where things are at but that won't stop me!!! I try not to post too much about my health battles because I refuse to be defined by a temporary problem. I've got a lot I want to do with my life and I won't allow ANYTHING to get in my way!!! My Mom encouraged me to share that part of myself with y'all as I'm clearly not your typical cancer patient and it's weird AF to go through this process with the life I post about online. Going through this and still having to go through a divorce has been a painful but very humbling experience for me. It's given me a new perspective on life and I value and appreciate so many of the little things life has to offer because I know how short and precious it can be. NOT very LA of me. I feel like the black sheep in this town because all I care about is the making great art, working, my family, my health and giving back. I could give two shits about the parties and the scene!!! Part of my job is getting to connect w- u wonderful humans so thank you all for supporting me in every possible way!!! 😘😇🌈🙏🏽 I absolutely love inspiring y'all and connecting with y'all!!! I hope this post inspires you to keep going no matter what's dragging you down in your life right now!!! Just know that it's only temporary and YOU ARE IN CONTROL OF HOW YOU REACT TO IT!!! I truly have faith and hope that everything in life will get better no matter what the circumstances are!!! So after this long speech today I want to share one of my favorite inspirational quotes: "Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of human freedoms- to choose one's attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one's own way." - Victor E. Frankl
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Children, Tumblr, and Wikipedia: did you know? Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star, 'Baa, Baa, Black Sheep,' and the 'Alphabet Song' all have the same melody. They're based on the French children's song 'Ah! vous dirai-je, maman,' which was anonymously written in the 18th century and made popular by Mozart when he composed 12 variations of it at the age of 25 BE DIDYOUKNOWFACTS COM PHOTO: THE TELEGRAPH <p><a href="http://floorwildcat.tumblr.com/post/158455959893/twinkle-twinkle-little-star-baa-baa-black" class="tumblr_blog">floorwildcat</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://didyouknowblog.com/post/158452262084/twinkle-twinkle-little-star-baa-baa-black" class="tumblr_blog">did-you-kno</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>‘Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star,’ ‘Baa, Baa, Black Sheep,’ and the &lsquo;Alphabet Song’ all have the same melody. They’re based on the French children’s song 'Ah! vous dirai-je, maman,’ which was anonymously written in the 18th century and made popular by Mozart when he composed 12 variations of it at the age of 25. <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twelve_Variations_on_%22Ah_vous_dirai-je,_Maman%22">Source</a> <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twinkle,_Twinkle,_Little_Star">Source 2</a> <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baa,_Baa,_Black_Sheep#Melody">Source 3</a></p></blockquote> <p>You know who else used this Melody? Gotye. Listen to Somebody That I Used To Know more closely next time.</p></blockquote> <p>?</p>

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Memes, 🤖, and Sheep: It's something about the "black sheeps" that captures my attention 💡 Hair: @karljhair Photo @itsjetography Visual coming tomorrow can't wait to show you guys 😘 beDiFFERENT

It's something about the "black sheeps" that captures my attention 💡 Hair: @karljhair Photo @itsjetography Visual coming tomorrow can't wait...

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