These are some of the looks animators were planning at some point for these Disney characters. Can you imagine if they ended up looking like that?
VILLAINS WITHOUT MAKE-UP!
They may looked all put together, but at some point, they reveal their true colours! And it’s not just the ladies. Here’s the make-up, no make-up comparisons of some of our favourite Disney villains!
MORE CHARACTERS IN DISNEY INFINITY
Images have been released of more Disney characters that will be appearing (one way or the other), in the new video game Disney Infinity.
Characters such as Snow White, Ariel (The Little Mermaid), Dumbo, Cinderella, Stitch (Lilo & Stitch), Maximus (Tangled), Abu (Aladdin), Vanellope Von Schweetz (Wreck-it Ralph), Khan (Mulan) are alongside other characters (many Pixar ones) that had been already confirmed to appear, such as Sully (Monsters Inc), Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean), Mr. Incredible (The Incredibles), Jack Skellington (The Nightmare Before Christmas) and Woody (Toy Story).
A Princess technicolor Rainbow. Just for fun. I’m thinking about putting this on a t-shirt. I need a little more color in my collection.
I know I haven’t updated in a while. My apologies for that. I’ve been working a lot more on animations, and those take me longer to knock out. For now, Enjoy
On March 30th 1993, almost 20 years ago, Marc and Alice Davis threw a garden party with family and friends in celebration of Marc’s 80th birthday.
Andreas Deja was one of the many Disney animators to attend, and instead of getting Marc a store-bought card, he came up with an illustration of Maleficent (one of Marc’s characters) being asked to dance by Jafar (one of the characters Andreas had animated).
In additon, he wrote the lyrics from an old song in order to point out that Maleficent had an influence on the way he designed and animated Jafar. Simple, clear lines and shapes, resulting in a stylized design for the character. Andreas animated some great villains from the Disney Renaissance, whereas Marc did two great villains from the golden age. He was truly inspired by Marc’s work, what better way to show it than in making him this home-made card.
In the photo there is Andreas in the
very 90s colorful shirt, giving Marc the card. The animation historian Charles Solomon is the one with the glasses in the middle.
Source: Deja View