u know what? the more i think about it the more i realize just how lazily done frozen is. let us take a look at some of the evidence that i have not seen pointed out yet.
-there is cold weather through the WHOLE MOVIE! but yet.. nobody’s breath is showing? EVER? except maybe one time that i recall and they were in a HOUSE. god damn it disney. people need to breathe.
-how can elsa breathe let alone sing at such a high elevation? also how did she walk so gracefully through that snow in an ankle-length dress. there is no way this is possible.
-sven is a reindeer but yet disnbey makes him act like a dog? Um, i am a reindeer expert and i know that christoph could be KILLED by sven at any time. this is an unrealistic expectation that disney is giving to kids and telling them they could have reindeer as pets. also “reindeers” is not a real word. even my spellcheck is telling me so.
so these are just 3 HUGE MISTAKES that i think are very much more important than those clipping errors. have you also noticed that no snow sticks to anyones clothes as they walk through it? everyone just clips through the whole fucking movie. holy shit. i cant believe This
I think you’re kind of stretching the whole “huge mistakes” thing a bit much.
- Depending on humidity, you may or may not see your breath as you breathe. It is highly possible to have high humidity in freezing weather, and if the air has more moisture than what your breath produces, you see no little breath puffs.
- Elsa can create ice/snow, run on water, make herself a dress out of thin air…yet you’re asking why it’s possible for her to sing at those elevations and how she can walk in a dress through an element she can control. We know these things aren’t possible. Audiences aren’t so disillusioned that they’ll believe that these things can actually happen in real life. Just like no one actually believes that animals can talk or that toys can move. The point in storytelling is that the movie makes you accept that these things are possible/normal in that reality and the viewer will run with those ideas throughout the story.
- I’m just brainstorming here…they may have given Sven some of the characteristics of a dog so that he would give the aura of an unconditional companion. They grew up together, and may have wanted their interactions to be funny, friendly, relatable, etc… A relationship that kids could easily understand if they’ve encountered a dog.
And “unrealistic expectations”….give the kids some credit, yeah? They, too, have some understanding of what’s real and what’s part of the story. Knowing whether a reindeer can possibly be a pet (because it acts like a dog), or even safe to be around is something that can easily be run by a parent/family/guardian/etc. (Jasmine has a PET TIGER)
"Reindeers" is technically an acceptable plural form of reindeer. It just more commonly practiced to use “reindeer” in its plural form.
Please don’t take this as an aggressive post. I just want to lay out some things to maybe help you see how what you perceive as “mistakes” could possibly be part of the storytelling device.
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MY HEART IS BREAKING AW
this is a compilation video of dogs that are too scared to walk past a cat
dogs are big babies
A cross-over that fits well
APPARENTLY this is a thing, the rupee is a box for an engagement ring. Shut the front door.
Not sorry for all the Zelda spam.
It better make the noise when you open it
I dont really see the big deal I mean yeah sure there’s a bit of clipping but I feel like people are just searching for ways to be mad at this movie. I’ve seen plenty of legitimate arguments against it but a couple animation errors are seriously nothing
Animation isn’t made to have each frame super analyzed by looking at repeating gifs over and over. The odds of spotting something like this while actually watching the movie are so slim. What’s important is the actual movement
From what I’ve seen this film moves beautifully and no matter what your budget is there’s always gonna be some sorta error(s) like this. Especially with animation that uses 3D models, flash puppets and the like
WE. PLAY. VIDEO. GAMES. AND MAKE FUNNY VIDEOS ABOUT THE WEIRD CLIPPING ERRORS OR MAKING THE PHYSICS ENGINE FLIP OUT. AND IT’S FINE.
TWO CLIPPING ERRORS IN A 3D-ANIMATED MOVIE? CAN’T HAVE THAT
You have to remember that video games are played in real-time with thousands or even millions of different players with different ways to interact in a game. We expect glitches and errors because there is no possible way for a game tester (or anyone else in development) to predict how players are going to move in that game to see if it doesn’t glitch. (I used to play-test video games for awhile. Believe me, you can only try to break the game in so many possible and improbable manners.) There is no such thing as a game that is 100% bug-free because the game gives you immediate feedback based on how you interact with it.
Films, on the other hand, don’t get viewed in real-time. Everything is already done and rendered by the time it gets to the audience and there is no way it can get manipulated by the audience from the moment it leaves the production floor.
And while I’m not throwing a fit over these odd occurrences (because they honestly didn’t catch my attention when I first saw the film), I also know that individuals get assigned to these scenes and would have had to have spent a PRETTY long time constantly looping through them while either animating/lighting/texturing/adding physics/etc…and for so many people to have either overlooked/dismiss it without trying to patch it up in post-development… That seems a bit sloppy.
Now, I can see if these glitches occurred while in the last stages of rendering. One could have overlooked this because they have seen it hundreds of times and the rigs/plug-ins/programming and whathaveyou were working just fine in the hundreds of pre-renders they did before so why would it break now and yada, yada, yada. We know things can go wrong in the realm of computers; there is an art into how people can manipulate it to make wonderful films such as these. But I’m certain that no one, especially the Walt Disney Animation Studios, would want their film to show odd occurrences such as these to major audiences. (And likewise, video game developers would never want to willingly publish a game with glitches).
It’s not necessarily a bad thing that these are being pointed out. Anyone who sees these posts now know they exist, and will look for them in the future. This way, the producers and developers can use the feedback and attention it is getting to their discretion before the films reach distribution.
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Brandie, I’m looking at you.
This is the most acurate tho
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- Make A Self Portrait Using The Doll Maker You Got.
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I always go for the most stereotypically orientalist crap because why not.
UGH Post formattinggg.
If only I was this cute irl
Meh… didn’t really like my options. Oh well~
Highly inaccurate because I don’t wear skirts/dresses…
her hair absolutely fazes through her arm
but hey at least she looks hot
If you watch her hands, you can see her left hand go back to grab her hair and pull it back forward. :)
I’ve gone through this gif back and forth frame-by-frame at that specific part for a few good minutes and still convinced that it’s an error (or the animators just went with the decision).
The tail end of her braid is curling forward from under her arm pit. There’s no way—with how thick her braid is—that it would just fluidly graze over her left shoulder and then flop back to curl under her armpit in the span of like..6 frames. And the weight of her hair doesn’t suggest that either.
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The Hunger Games || Racebent Fancast:
Q’orianka Kilcher as Katniss Everdeen