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Disney Characters Without Their Beards by Annie Erskine

Previously: Disney Princesses With Beards

I will never look at them the same way

How?!?

I’m very uncomfortable with this

This just cracked me up! hahahha

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WART-mania

Animation by Milt Kahl

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Storyboard vs. Rough Animation

Animation by Milt Kahl

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Frank Thomas

To my eye there are zero formulas to detect in his work. Every one of his characters moves and acts in a unique way. That way of working takes not only great analysis but a ton of passion.”- Andreas Deja
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The Sword in the Stone
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The Sword in the Stone

Art by talisje

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KEN ANDERSON: A WELL-ROUND DISNEY LEGEND


This man did EVERYTHING. Generally animators focused in one or two categories which to explore in animation. Not Ken Anderson. He studied architecture, and secured at position at Disney where ha contributed throughout his career as an art director, screenwriter, animator, production designer, short-story author and imagineer. 

These are all concept art he did for various Disney films, but he participated in so much more, and those films wouldn’t have been what they were without him. Andreas Deja describes his work as art that  shows how to place characters in an environment in a way that presents mood combined with character development”.

He received the Disney Legend award as for animation and imagineering in 1991, an honour that recognizes people who made outstanding contribution to the Walt Disney Company.

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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!

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When Wart becomes Arthur
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When Wart becomes Arthur

art by: LightBombMike

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SIR ECTOR, YOU’RE MAKING A FOOL OF US, BOY!


"Frank and Ollie said in their book "Illusion of Life" that the humans in Sword and the Stone were animated without the benefit of live action reference, and the results are beautiful.
For the most part Sir Ector , Wart’s foster-father, was animated by Milt Kahl. 
John Lounsbery and Eric Larson also did key scenes with the character.
In the scene pictured below, Ector has a few words of warning for young Wart, who claims  to have pulled the sword in the stone: “You’re making a fool of us, boy! Now tell the truth!”
This could have been a very ordinary continuity scene, but Milt found ways to add subtle personality touches.
After the crowds laugh in disbelief of Wart’s statement, Ector turns his head toward camera, gathers his thoughts for a brief moment before addressing the young boy, who is staged off screen right.
On “Tell the truth” Milt uses a strong head nod, which causes Ector’s hat to follow through on the main action. The result is slightly comedic and helps to turn this into a personality scene. 
The way his moustache overlaps during dialogue is pretty nifty, too.”- Andreas Deja



Source: Deja View 
SIR ECTOR, YOU’RE MAKING A FOOL OF US, BOY!


"Frank and Ollie said in their book "Illusion of Life" that the humans in Sword and the Stone were animated without the benefit of live action reference, and the results are beautiful.
For the most part Sir Ector , Wart’s foster-father, was animated by Milt Kahl. 
John Lounsbery and Eric Larson also did key scenes with the character.
In the scene pictured below, Ector has a few words of warning for young Wart, who claims  to have pulled the sword in the stone: “You’re making a fool of us, boy! Now tell the truth!”
This could have been a very ordinary continuity scene, but Milt found ways to add subtle personality touches.
After the crowds laugh in disbelief of Wart’s statement, Ector turns his head toward camera, gathers his thoughts for a brief moment before addressing the young boy, who is staged off screen right.
On “Tell the truth” Milt uses a strong head nod, which causes Ector’s hat to follow through on the main action. The result is slightly comedic and helps to turn this into a personality scene. 
The way his moustache overlaps during dialogue is pretty nifty, too.”
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Andreas Deja
Source: Deja View 
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HOMAGE TO FRANK THOMAS

Frank Thomas was one of Walt Disney's team of animators known as the Nine Old Men.

He was a Disney Legend, and did quite a team when paired with Milt Kahl in scenes such as the witchcraft duel in The Sword in the Stone or the I Wanna Be Like You scene in The Jungle Book.

He was best friends with fellow animator Ollie Johnston and created lovable and transcendent characters and scenes like the ones above, thus creating a spot for him in the history of animation for which he will always be remembered.


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