There has been a really good discussion started on a project post by K.Blakeney that opened up some talk about the use of CG vs traditional animation forms. I have always been passionate about animation and CG starting from a childhood love for the kids show "ReBoot." I ended up studying traditional fine arts, illustration and design and 3D animation. It has given me a pretty global understanding about many of the the tools and techniques of art and animation production. That is what technology is, just the tools used to produce. The screw did not replace the nail because it was a new technology, in the same way that acrylic paint did not replace (and could never) replace oil paint. Different tools for different jobs and a high end production should have as big of a tool box as possible. Jurassic Park is still in my opinion a crowning achievement and set a bar that many films still struggle to reach. This is because they did not solely rely on one tool to do the job. They combined real life puppets/animatroncs with 3D animated characters in order to create a rich film experience. I got to see it again in theaters last year for the 20th anniversary and it still is awe inspiring, even more so then films like Avatar. I will not discredit Avatars incredible advancements in CGI F/X but it was a roller-coaster ride, it did not make me question reality in the same way that I did when I first saw dinosaurs walking beside people. My question is there been a truly mixed-media animation project/film?