I don't know if anyone else does this.
Another habit I picked up at The Ink Tank. Upon completion of a project, the artwork would get packaged in brown craft paper and put into storage -rarely, if ever, to be retrieved.
These packs represent nearly 25 minutes of screen time for "The Buddha". Some of the segments are digitally created, its all digitally painted and some of the screen time is made up of reused footage.
Obviously, there would be no way to have produced a project like this in the timeframe and budget using a film process of animation. If there was, would there be any way to store all the art? Four boxes could easily multiply to 16. There's a depression on, who can afford to use up valuable cardboard?