The harmony of the proportions of a horse is quite complex and not always obvious.
A fundamental book on this subject is ““, Viking Press, NY, 1991.
Tati had imagined the story should take place in Prague, but Chomet, after a visit, thought that it was not the right place.
Instead, he was very impressed by Edinburgh, for its natural changing light.
However, in “Le Illusioniste,” there’s also a modest use of 3D animation, for those elements that the director felt that they were worth 3-dimensional, such as vehicles and an aerial view of Edinburgh in one of the final sequences.
I often say that drawing men and dogs is the same thing: if you do something wrong, the subject acquires character, however, draw the women how to draw horses: even if you fail a proportion, the result is a disaster .
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We recorded in the studio above the killer restaurant and this was one of those great conversations that could have gone on for hours.
” So, he contacted the Foundation Tati, directed by the daughter, Sophie Tatischeff (french director and editor), for approval.
After seeing a sketches portfolio, she not only gave his approval, but spoke to Chomet about a project never realized by his father, expressing the opinion that the Chomet’s graphic style could be suitable for it.