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Any other studio given a “car theme" for an animated feature might have created a cartoon. Not Pixar. To the animators and to the very young fans, the Cars stars aren’t cartoon characters. “John Lasseter wanted a story in which the cars are in fact humans,” says Scott Clark, supervising animator. “The doors don't open; you don’t look inside their heads. They become humans; a human drama unfolds in front of you.” Then the whole car's body becomes a 3,000-pound metal head on wheels. At the same time, Lasseter had another requirement, one born of the 3D medium in which they’d be working. “John’s edict was ‘truth to material,’” Clark says. “ So, on the one side is realism—we knew we could animate a car that looked believable. But, the car had to emote. ”So, the Cars characters couldn’t be as caricatured as, say, Disney’s short animation “Susie the Little Blue Coupe,” but they had to come alive. “We do exaggerate,” Clark says. “But because the medium has such dimensionality, a car doesn’t get on its back tires and gesture with its front tires.”

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Someone unlock Mater. Anybody knew Cars 3 got released and there is no information about it.--Big Show spanks Stacy 12:17, June 25, 2018 (UTC)User:The Big Show 2

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