sabato 17 dicembre 2011

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Alice in Wonderland (1951) 
original production animation drawing
brown and black pencil on untrimmed animation sheet, image size: 7" x 4.75"
This handsome rough animation drawing of Alice was created by Disney supervising animator Ollie Johnston in development of a scene in Walt Disney's animated feature based on the stories by Lewis Carroll. Ollie Johnston, one of Walt Disney's master animators known as his Nine Old Men, supervised the animation of Alice in most scenes during conversation with the Doorknob while in pursuit of the White Rabbit. Interestingly, Ollie and Frank Thomas alternated animating Alice in three scenes as she reads the directions on the bottle: "Hm...better look first, for..." (OJ), followed by "...if you drink much from a bottle marked poison..." (FT), then "'s almost certain to disagree with one sooner or later" (OJ)." This is one of Ollie Johnston's drawings of Alice from the last of the three scenes. Frank Thomas animated the Doorknob. The animator wrote the number "202" at lower right to indicate this original's place in the scene.

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