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The Pixar movie theory that will change the way you think about Pixar movies forever

Jon Negroni claims that the last 14 Pixar movies all exist in the same universe. After reviewing his timeline, and rationale, his claim makes a ton of sense, and now my mind is completely blown.

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If Pixar made an animated Star Trek movie

It may look a little bit like this. Or a lot like this as a matter of fact. This should happen, it would be damn cool. Pixar Star Trek artwork courtesy of Minion Factory.

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Check out this Wall-E case mod built from scratch

Remember Wall-E, the robot that that was programmed to clean up trash on earth in the Pixar animated film back in 2008? He was so adorable that the film was a huge hit, grossing in over $521 million worldwide and won a few awards too. Many have been infatuated with with Wall-E ever since, and according to Pondly, one unknown Russian builder took it upon himself to build from scratch an extremely detailed, working case modification of Wall-E. This may be the best case mod I have seen.

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Beautiful concept art and color scripts for all your favorite Pixar films

For every Pixar animated movie made, the artists create color scripts which are visual representations of scenes throughout the film which will show the colors, tones and lighting. Also for each film, the artists always do concept art of their ideas about the movie. Most of these pieces of artwork are never seen as they are done behind the scenes.

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A nice goodbye Pixar illustration for Steve Jobs

For a period of time back in the 1980’s, Steve Jobs left Apple (was forced out) and went to Pixar. Pixar you should know from famous animation movies like Toy Story, Cars, Finding Nemo and Incredibles. Jobs later went on to buy Pixar for around $10 million.

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How Pixar 3D computer rendering looked 40 yrs ago

Back in 1972, making 3D graphics wasn’t really too much different than the way it’s done today, it’s just more advanced now. The basic concept is still the same though, using polygonal vertices to make up three dimensional models. In this video which was created by Ed Catmull the founder of Pixar, you can see how the first digital 3D rendered images look like.

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