sabato 10 marzo 2012

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) 
original production animation drawing
red, brown, green and black pencil on untrimmed animation sheet, image size: 4.5" x 3"
This lively final animation drawing of Grumpy was created by a Disney Studio animator in production of Walt Disney's first animated feature, and a cel painting was made directly from it. Vladimir Tytla, one of Disney's finest animators of the 1930s and early-1940s, supervised the animation of this scene. Grumpy defies Snow White's demand that the Seven Dwarfs wash up for dinner; he sticks out his tongue at the little princess, inadvertently walks into the door, and marches outside. In this scene he leaps atop a barrel and disgustedly says "Heh, wimmen!" before shaking his head in disbelief as Doc, offscreen, leads the others to wash up—"Courage, men, courage." Mr. Tytla supervised the animation of nearly every scene in this sequence, and the brown pencil underdrawing is undoubtedly his work; his mark appears at upper right. The animator wrote the studio designation “121” at lower right to indicate this original's place in the scene. 

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