sabato 22 ottobre 2011

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Alice in Wonderland (1951) 
original production animation drawing
pencil on untrimmed animation sheet, image size: 9.25" x 7.75"
This lovely rough animation drawing of Alice was created by a Disney animator in development of a scene in the animated feature based on the stories by Lewis Carroll. Milt Kahl, one of Walt Disney's master animators known as his Nine Old Men, supervised the animation of Alice in this scene set in the Tulgey Wood. Discouraged when the brush dog obliterates the path, Alice sits down to reflect on her situation and sings "Very Good Advice." This drawing is from the scene in which she sings the opening line: "I give myself very good advice, but I very seldom follow it." The animator wrote the designation "35" at lower right to indicate this original's place in the scene; he drew an erased alternate version of Alice's mouth to the left of the image, likely to work out how it would appear in a subsequent drawing.

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