sabato 16 luglio 2011


Pinocchio (1940) 
two (2) original production animation drawings
blue, red, green and black pencil on two (2) untrimmed animation sheets, image sizes: 4.75" x 6" and 2.5" x 2"
This original final animation drawing of Lampwick, the bad boy of Pleasure Island, and matching effects drawing were created by a Disney Studio animator in production of the animated feature, and cel paintings were made directly from them. Fred Moore, one of Walt Disney's most gifted animators of the 1930s and early-1940s, supervised the animation of this scene; the blue pencil underdrawing in Lampwick is undoubtedly his work. The matching effects drawing depicts the smoke and ashes from Lampy's cigar which were painted on a separate cel level. The animator wrote the studio designations “29” and "C29" at lower right to indicate each original's place in the scene; studio stamp at lower right on each sheet identifies the production, sequence and scene numbers. Our certificate of authenticity is included.
The sheet with the drawing of Lampwick has two insignificant spots to the left of the image and small spots of paint on the back to the right: VERY FINE condition.

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