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edna mode: When making The Incredibles, director
 Brad Bird intentionally used artists who
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 Pixar, because he believed only they could
 create everything that he needed
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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]


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Brad Bird, please take over Disney

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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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edna mode: 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)
edna mode: 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
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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]


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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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 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
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<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>
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<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>
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edna mode: 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)
edna mode: 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]


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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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