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The Mask is a classic movie that surprisingly still holds up incredibly well even by today's standards, and even though the movie was a great success, it has never really received all the credit it is due. Maybe this is because it was released in 1994, alongside films like Shawshank Redemption, Pulp Fiction, Forrest Gump, or True Lies, or perhaps it is because of its light-hearted comedic screenplay, but The Mask just wasn't taken seriously even though it pushed the limits of what was possible with VFX and became the first film to have a photo-real 3-D cartoon character using computer animation.
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The Mask movie was loosely based on a comic of the same name which in turn was based on the works of the cartoonist legend Tex Avery. The works of Tex Avery were heavily referenced throughout the movie in various ways: with props, Images, Gags and iconic movements.
In fact, Avery's work was referenced so much that it actually became part of the look and the personality of The Mask himself and for the style of the visual effects.
VFX artists at ILM studied Tex Avery's work and began to build up a library of drawings and clips for use as reference material.
ILM then did a photo shoot with Jim Carrey and then their art department began manipulating his face to get an idea of how far they could go and just how it would look...
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