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There are animated sequences in the film. I was interested to find out more , so searching on the internet I found this:
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I found that TVPaint ("Mirage/TVP 7.0") was used in the production of the animation.
."Passion Pictures got started on creating the animated illustrations. Chris Knott’s technique was an elaboration of what he developed for “Roger Rabbit”. In this pipeline, once the line animation was completed, another tier of artists would isolate areas of the drawings by producing animated, sculptural mattes. The artwork highlights and shadows could then be adjusted for the live action lighting. But in this case, rather than simply providing a structure to the drawing, these mattes were used to apply successive layers of color graded matte work. This artwork ranged from base watercolor washes to layers of animated fur and fine whisker lines. A major challenge was to maintain the look of Potter’s original illustrations. The right amount of pencil, ink and translucency had to be achieved.
“I produced the initial animated watercolor washes in Bauhaus Mirage”, Knott explained. “A textured screen was prepared, then flipped, repositioned, resized and then processed on slow dissolves. The idea was that you would feel the movement rather than see it.” "