25 February 2013 11:47 AM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

One of the highlights of last night's 85th Annual Academy Awards broadcast was the return of Ted, voiced by Oscar host Seth MacFarlane, presenting alongside Mark Wahlberg. You may be wondering how this appearance was made possible on a live telecast, since it involved a number of CGI elements needed to bring this crass teddy bear to life. As it turns out, the bit was shot last month at CBS Studios by the CGI wizards at Tippet Studio. Take a look at the two-part segment from last night's Academy Awards show, then read the official press release for more details regarding how this memorable sketch was created.

How They Created Ted for the 2013 Oscars

How They Created Ted for the 2013 Oscars - Part 2

Tippett Studio has brought Ted, the title character from Universal Pictures' blockbuster live action/CG-animated comedy, back to life for the 85th Annual Academy Awards telecast, »

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