Since Kubo and the Two Strings was a stop-motion animated film based on the physical elements, approximately how many face expressions they had to 3D print for the main character?
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There were 11,007 unique mouth expressions and 4,429 brow expressions for Kubo. And with multiple Kubo puppets being used on sets there were well over 20,000 expressions printed.
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