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‘Brave' comes up a lock short as hair to the Pixar throne
Posted on Fri, Jun 22, 2012
FOR YEARS, genius animators at Pixar and other computer-animation shops struggled with the problem of how to model human hair. Well, they've solved it, big-time. The mane attraction of Pixar's "Brave" is the exploding, cascading, shimmering fountain of Technicolor Maureen O'Hara hair on the top of its lead character, Merida, a feisty Scots princess trying to wriggle her way out of an arranged marriage.
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