Why Pixar is the Powerhouse they are today, and how you can easily follow in their footsteps.
Did you know Toy Story was a masterpiece 20 years in the making? From the first creative itch, it took Ed Catmull (President of Pixar Animation and Disney animation) two decades to see his vision become a reality. It was the first completely computer-animated feature film EVER. Do you know what computer graphics looked like in 1972?
To give you an idea, this was when the video game “Pong” was blowing people’s minds.
Well even with that bleak glimpse of the future, Ed built this at the exact same time:
Pretty amazing right? But it wasn’t just the technology that made Toy Story a success. It would have failed several times over without one key ingredient.
When the film hit theaters in 1995, what do you think the audience was most excited about? I’ll give you a hint. It had nothing to do with one of the greatest computer advances in human history. No. The viewers thought the animation was “neat” but what got people excited was the hilarious and nail-biting adventure of Andy’s toys.
Now if you follow us on social media, it shouldn’t come as a big surprise that I would make a big deal about storytelling, but I bring it up here because, without something as basic as a good story, the future of Pixar would have been extinct a long time ago.
So, what does your Pixar-level story look like? Here’s your chance to get a basic story structure designed for free, by me.
The catch is I’m swamped and to avoid allowing our other projects to slip behind schedule, I’m limiting myself to four free stories. If you’re serious about embracing Pixar’s road to success, click the link below and sign up for your free story outline. If you don’t make it in time you can go the traditional route and book a consultation with one of our crew members which start at $1000.
This is what I love about my job! I get to help the Pixars of the world realize their potential.
We can’t wait to see where your businesses go from here. Keep up the great work and don’t forget to keep the main thing, the main thing. – Luke 10:41-42
God bless in all your endeavors.