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How "Spider-Verse" forced animation to evolve

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When you think of CGI animated films, you likely think of Pixar. The studio practically invented the genre with 1995’s "Toy Story." After "Toy Story," almost all animation studios wanted to follow in their successful footsteps, straight down to their style. That is, until Sony Pictures/Imageworks took on "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse." Vox explores the style of non-photorealistic rendering.

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