sabato 1 ottobre 2011

Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Sleeping Beauty (1959) 
original production animation drawing
red and black pencil on untrimmed animation sheet, image size: 6.75" x 4.25"
This original rough animation drawing of good fairy Merryweather was created by Disney animator Ollie Johnston, one of the master animators named by Walt Disney as his Nine Old Men, in development of a scene in the animated Technirama feature. This original is from one of two scenes in King Stefan's castle seen during the presentation of gifts to the baby Aurora. After Maleficent unexpectedly appears Merryweather declares: "Maleficent! What does she want here?" And after Maleficent recognizes the trio of fairies with "How quaint...even the rabble" Merryweather reacts angrily. Ollie Johnston supervised the animation of both of these scenes, and his work is seen in the red pencil underdrawing. It is an animator's extreme drawing with grid at upper right. The animator wrote the designation "121" at upper right to indicate this original's place in the scene

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