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why do a lot of the 3d cartoon films have mad scientists in them?
Bugs life, unspeakable me, cloudy with a chance of meatballs...
Is it because of some hidden agenda to turn kids into scientists or do 3d animators wish they were scientists?
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>>696457
I wish I was motivated enough to be a scientist
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it's an easy type of character to create.
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Kids love mad scientists. Young adults do too, think of Rick and Morty.
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>unspeakable me
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>>696457
>do 3d animators wish they were scientists?
You dont seem to know but 3D animators usually arent the ones coming up with the plot in these movies.
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>>696457
Google narrative archetypes



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