I just find these kinds of things interesting and when watching them it always amazes me the acting in these predominately green screen films is ever any good. Of course, there is sure to be debate about the acting in Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, but that doesn't mean we can't find the visual effects artists' work fascinating.
Check out the following progression reel Disney sent over showing how the film went from green screen, to animatic to one fluid image.
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