Zootopia’s Fur Technology

Zootopia’s Fur Technology


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29 thoughts on “Zootopia’s Fur Technology”

  1. That Kira’s got some huge thighs.
    It had to be said…….don’t shoot the messenger!

  2. I have a bucketfull of respect and admiration for the technical teams of Zootopia and other animated films. Its amazing to see the devotion and dedication of these people towards their work.

  3. I will still always be a fun of the 2D hand drawn animation, but the detail in this movie makes a very pleasing and warm acceptation.

  4. To everyone saying this is all about furries, the definition is a fan of anthro animals. Anthros are animals(or anything) with human characteristics. So no, theyre anthros, not furries.

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