By Amy Maginnis-Honey
If you purchased “Incredibles 2” when it came out on digital format Tuesday, look closely at the credits, particularly the animators.
Among them is Suisun Elementary, Grange Middle School and Armijo High graduate Frank Abney III.
The married father of two is starting work on Pixar’s “Toy Story 4.”
It was the first “Incredibles” flick, released in 2004, that got Abney interested in computer-generated imagery. Abney was studying animation.
“It was something that turned the corner for me,” he said. “It was the first film that showed me what that medium could do.”
Getting to work on the second “Incredibles” was a “dream come true.” He got to work with amazing artists as well as Brad Bird, who directed the flick.