sabato 16 giugno 2012

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) 
two (2) original production animation drawings
red, blue and black pencil on two (2) untrimmed animation sheets, image size: 3.75" x 4.25" (Happy), 4" x 3.5" (Dopey)
These two (2) splendid final animation drawings of Happy and Dopey were created by a Disney Studio animator in production of Walt Disney's first animated feature, and cel paintings were made directly from them. The two drawings are a matched set; "Reg to #210" is written in red pencil next to the drawing of Dopey. Happy and Dopey are seen hanging on Grumpy's words as he asserts that the Queen "can even make herself invisible! Might be in this room...right now!"
Animation of this scene was supervised by Fred Moore, Walt Disney's brilliant and admired animator of the 1930s and early-1940s who was responsible for the Seven Dwarfs throughout the sequence in which they meet Snow White. The animator wrote the studio designations “210” and "6" at lower right to indicate each original's place in the scene; studio stamp denoting production, sequence and scene numbers appears at lower left. 

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