Pixar’s Finding Nemo was first released on May 30, 2003, and surpassed The Lion King as the highest-grossing animated film of the time.

Andrew Stanton pitched his idea and story to Pixar head John Lasseter in an hour-long session, using elaborate visual aids and character voices. At the end of it, the exhausted Stanton asked Lasseter what he thought, to which Lasseter replied, “You had me at ‘fish’.” (x)


In Disney Art Academy for Nintendo 3DS, you can learn to draw beloved Disney and Pixar characters with different tools to create your own work of art!

Check out this video to see beginner lessons that feature characters from Finding Nemo and Frozen.


Finding Dory - Official International (Japanese) Trailer


An inspiring, and very well edited look at the colors in Pixar. By Rishi Kaneria.



In celebration of the upcoming release of MM3D later this week I present a sneak peak of my SkullKid cosplay! 

(that was made specifically FOR the remake, I mean the mask has been finished since early December last year but I wanted a little more to show before posting) 

The shoes, shirt, and hat were all done with orange burlap (which gets everywhere btw).

the neck piece (and soon gloves and shorts) is just green fabric modpodged over to give texture and stiffen. 

And the star of the show, Majora’s Mask was done with cardboard craftfoam and pipe cleaner modpodged to hell and back and then painted by hand.

more to come soon, as I plan on wearing it to go buy the game on friday.


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The best part of seeing Nemo 3D was the Toy Story short film, Partysaurus Rex.


Un fan from hell de @DisneyPixar por aquí.