The Little Mermaid 3D


So, I was watching the Little Mermaid 3D and it was amazing! My most favorite childhood movie in 3D! I felt so nostalgic. The third dimension was good, but sometimes flat. Here, I’ve collected the scenes that looked the best, just for you! Enjoy! ;)

For the best results click in the images to expand them and be aware that it might need some time to view the effect better. You need Red and Cyan glasses.


Disney Princesses designs for Animal Crossing New Leaf

  • Rapunzel - Tangled
  • Belle - the Beauty and the Beast
  • Snow White - Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
  • Cinderella - Cinderella
  • Aurora - Sleeping Beauty
  • Mulan - Mulan
  • Ariel - Little Mermaid
  • Gisele - Enchanted


  • Merida - Brave

princess-star-dust  asked:

What are your thoughts on hand-drawn animation vs. CGI? Personally i hugely prefer hand-drawn in almost every way (it feels more realistic, more artistic, more creative, more traditional, just MORE). Especially for the more fairy-tale style films. It just pains me to see the beautiful concept art for films like Tangled and then look at the final product (which I think turns out more cutesy than beautiful). But I was wondering do you have a preference, and why?

Personally, I prefer a good story first more than anything else. I think some studios don’t realize it’s not the medium that’s bringing in the audience, its having a good story to tell. 

I do miss having more hand-drawn animated movies out in the world. There are some stories that I do think might feel richer with drawn lines vs CGI. Tangled, Brave, and How to Train Your Dragon would have been just as wonderful hand-drawn. 

However, I’ve also been loving where CGI is taking certain animated stories. For example, Inside Out works SO SO well with CGI. Same with Wreck It Ralph. 

Originally posted by b-life18

But what I’m MOST excited for is the MIX of the two. Stories like Paperman that combine the traditional with the 3D are such a visual treat. Glen’s “Duet” with Google is ALL about this. 

The future of animation is gonna be AMAZING.

- starline