Rex from the movie Toy Story was one of my favorite characters from the movie when i was younger. The way he is represented in the movie of not being sure of himself is a drastic contrast of the fact the he is a T-Rex. the stylization of his body makes him more “kid friendly” and the clunkiness of his movements mixed with his personality add for great comical release.
The Genie from Aladdin has great fluidity within his body. He is extremely flexible because he has no bone structure. taking full advantage of the fact that he is a magical he has the ability to change his appearance at will. his wise guy attitude compliments his extremely cartoony aesthetic.
Dr. Facilier has great classic Disney style. His elongated proportions compliments his shady attitude and sinister overtone in the movie. he talks a lot with his hands, they are his primary storytelling part on his body i believe, very meticulous and secretive.
Mike from Monsters Inc. has so much personality throughout the movie. Based on his construction, his roundness gives him the ability to have great amount of squash and stretch built right into him. his simple design mixes well with his vast amount of facial personality.
The Rancor from Star Wars has little screen time but had an impact on me when i first saw the movie. the use of the live action prop has that extra amount of realism that I haven’t really felt from CG. In the movie, its character make up is interesting (like all the creatures in the Star Wars Universe) Very large formidable foe for young Skywalker to tackle. The Rancor looks like a hodgepodge of creatures all raped up into one, but it all works together.