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Mark A. Walsh

Mark A. Walsh is known for his work on Toy Story 2 (1999), Finding Nemo (2003) and Monsters, Inc. (2001). See full bio »
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 2008 Presto (Short) (animator)
 2007 Ratatouille (supervising animator - as Mark Walsh)
 2004 The Incredibles (animator)
 2003 Finding Nemo (directing animator - as Mark Walsh)
 2001 Monsters, Inc. (character developer)
 1999 Toy Story 2 (animator) / (story artist)
 1998 A Bug's Life (animator)
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 2014 Once Upon a Time in the West Oakland (Short)
The Mayor
 2012 Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex (Short)
Drips (voice)
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 2012 Toy Story Toons: Partysaurus Rex (Short) (story) / (written by)
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 2009 Up (dvd and promo production: Pixar studio team - as Mark Walsh)
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 2014 Toy Story That Time Forgot (TV Short) (extra special thanks - as Mark Walsh)
 2011 Toy Story Toons: Small Fry (Short) (special thanks)
 2009 Wild Dogs (Short) (special thanks - as Mark Walsh)
 2003 Making 'Nemo' (Video short documentary) (very special thanks - as Mark Walsh)
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 2003 Making 'Nemo' (Video short documentary)
Himself - Directing Animator (as Mark Walsh)

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Mark Walsh

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The phrase 'computer animation' makes it sound as if the computer does all the work. It doesn't. The computer is a tool - basically, a really expensive pencil. It can animate for you if you want something to look like a robot, with everything moving very evenly and then stopping abruptly, but at Pixar, every frame is hand-finished the same way as if we were animating with clay or paper.

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