Rock & Rule (Part 1)
Anne Marie Bardwell: What's the point in worrying about it?
Clive Smith: Yeah. It doesn't matter.
Norm Stangel: You can do more now.
Anne Marie Bardwell: It's irrelevant.
Norm Stangel: You just push it harder as you get more ability.
Anne Marie Bardwell: But the important thing is that it was done.
Dave Cox: Everybody looks at stuff now and says how much easier they can do it now than they did whatever they did back then, but it's not...
Larry Jacobs: Norm's right. When you've got more toys you just create more stuff.
Clive Smith: You reach further, obviously, depending on the tools you use.
Robin Budd: [Referring to animation of the beast] I'm trying to figure out—did Chuck do that?
Larry Jacobs: Yeah.
Laura Shepherd: The beast was seventy seconds of animation and it took pretty much a crew of twelve of us a year and a half.
John Halfpenny: But a lot of that was developing the whole thing, too.
Laura Shepherd: That wasn't.
John Halfpenny: Oh, not including that.
Laura Shepherd: That was once the animation started.
Norm Stangel: When I was brought into the production, there was only supposed to be ten minutes of effects on the film. [laughter]
Anne Marie Bardwell: And you believed it?
Greg Duffell: So you stayed ten minutes. [laughter]
Norm Stangel: [I thought] it was a six-month gig, so sure.