June 21, 2019
Take a look at how Pixar films has changed over the last 24 years, from “Toy Story” to “Toy Story 4”.
Pixar is one of the most successful computer animation studios in the world, and for good reason. Their films have garnered 15 Academy Awards, grossed an estimated $13 billion at the worldwide box office, and taken computer animation to places no one ever thought possible, including hair, water, and metal animation.
The work done by the studio is so impressive that it’s easy to forget how humble its beginnings in animation were…compared to today’s standards at least (standards that they continue to set, by the way).
In this video from Insider, we get to see how Pixar’s animation has evolved, from Scud’s smooth, not so furry fur in the first Toy Story to the looks-so-real-that-it-probably-is cat in Toy Story 4. Let’s take a look.
Who isn’t a fan of Pixar? The company has become synonymous with great storytelling, memorable characters, and immersive worlds that simultaneously feel new and familiar.