The last additions to my Disney Collection after my NYC trip
This is a pixie bell.
Here we see Walt Disney, flying. Does he react with spinning around the room, cutting flips, and soaring out the door? No, he says “Get this stuff off of me!”
This is everyday stuff for Mr. Disney, folks. Everyday stuff.
David Gilson’s Disney Heroines in simple lines (with only a few missing). Can you guess them all?
. Snow White
. Alice (in Wonderland)
. Wendy (Peter Pan)
. Tinkerbell (Peter Pan)
. Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
. Penny (The Rescuers)
. Eloïse/Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
. Jasmine (Aladdin)
. Esmeralda (The Hunchback of Notre-Dame)
. Megara (Hercules)
. Jane (Tarzan)
. Kida (Atlantis, the lost empire)
. Nani (Lilo & Stitch)
. Lilo (& Stitch)
. Capt. Amelia (Treasure Planet)
. Giselle (Enchanted)
. Tiana (The Princess and the Frog)
. Charlotte (The Princess and the Frog)
. Raiponce/Rapunzel (Tangled)
. Merida (Brave from Pixar)
. Vanellope Von Schweetz (Wreck-it Ralph)
. Sgt. Calhoun (Wreck-it Ralph)
. Meg (Paperman)
. Anna (Frozen)
A while back I did some Tinkerbell art. I wanted it to be in my style, yet still true to Disney and this classic character. I wasn’t sure what, if anything it would be used for. It was really more for fun. A piece from this collection was used last year for a little seen “Art of Tink” notecard set that came out. I am happy that today more of it has been used on this cute collection now available at the Disney Stores! I hope you like it!
The Parade of Walt Disney Studios Animated Films
The Walt Disney Studios started feeding our imagination with animated films since 1937. Since then, it’s done over 50 animated films. Here you can see them all in order. Which tops your list?
Milt Kahl drew this Tiger Lily sketch for Ken O’Brien, the animator responsible for many of this character’s scenes in Peter Pan
She’s quite an animation jewel. Like Tinkerbell, Tiger Lily doesn’t say a word throughout the movie, but you can tell a mile away exactly what she’s feeling or thinking.
Ward Kimball’s Captain Hooks
Captain Hook was a character animated by Frank Thomas and also Woolie Reitherman, so it is very interesting to see why Ward was doodling around on his own twists on this Peter Pan character, while he was responsible for the Indian Chief and the lost boys.
What’s interesting in these concepts is that they were caricatures of some of his fellow animators posing as Captain Hook (including himself)!
First there is Frank Thomas, followed by Ward, then Milt Kahl as a cranky Hook, Marc Davis as a very stylish Hook, Clarke Mallery as an elegant Hook and Ollie Johnston as a very comical Hook.
These are pure gold.
Source: Deja View