Wes Anderson has never been the type to indulge his movies in overly modernistic technology. All of his films take place in an unknown Wes Anderson era, where attention to visual detail is far more important than special effects. That’s what makes his venture into stop-motion adaptation of Fantastic Mr. Fox so fitting.

Over the last week, the first pictures from the movie have been leaking, and boy, do they look interesting. Far more crisp and polished than the stop-motion movies I’m used to (see: Chicken Run), the pictures look straight out of a computer-animation. It’s impossible to judge a movie based on photos, but it’s pretty easy to get intrigued nonetheless.

Now USA Todayhas brand new exclusive set pictures from Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox that give a small glimpse into the filmmaker’s process. They also have a few pictures from the movie that we haven’t seen yet. Below are some low-res versions, click through to see the full versions!

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