How They Did Early Special Effects: Indian in the Cupboard
Miniaturization Secrets: Eric Brvig on Indian in the Cupboard - Before and Afters
And so that was the first time I had to really wrap my head around how you shoot mixed scale characters like that so that the perspective is correct and so forth. And since that was a 70mm 3D, meaning stereo 3D, project, there was much less tolerance for cheating things like scale and perspective.
In retrospect, it wasn’t a great movie, but I was at exactly the right age to be excited about Indian in the Cupboard and I love it at the time. This GIF gives me some serious nostalgia.