Classic Disney Animation Pose Design

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One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) - Characters

© Walt Disney Productions © Buena Vista Distribution Company by Milt Kahl by Marc Davis by Milt Kahl by Milt Kahl by Milt K...

Academy of Art Character and Creature Design Notes: A study in anthropomorphism: Disney's "Robin Hood" Animation Sketches, Cartoon Sketches, Disney Sketches, Animation Reference, Disney Drawings, Arte Disney, Disney Art, Pinturas Disney, Disney Concept Art

James Baxter - Notes on Acting for Animation

Performance Animators are the ones that throw the switch; the ones who make an audience forget that they are animated characters. The most ...

Dalmatians” Perdita and Anita production animation drawing Art Disney, Disney Artwork, Disney Concept Art, Disney Sketches, Disney Drawings, Animal Sketches, Art Sketches, Croquis Disney, Art Du Croquis

Perdita

Most of the animated scenes featuring Perdita from 101Dalmatians show her as a caring mother to her pups. Frank Thomas animated this gem early on in the film, when Perdita is still single. It reveals a rich personality moment, absolutely beautifully executed by an animator who knew how to crawl into his character's mind. Roger Radcliff and Pongo have just passed by before settling down nearby under a tree. Perdita leans slightly forward to get a better look at Pongo, who glances at her at…

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Character Design References

Character Design References, Dublin, Ireland. 712,073 likes · 32,280 talking about this. Character Design References™ (CDR) is a website dedicated to...

✶ In this drawing it appears that it was to show hook reacting to something. [from the first drawing done by Frank Thomas in the development of the characters for Peter Pan] ✏️☠⚓️★ Disney Au, Disney Pixar, James Hook, Drawing Sketches, Drawings, Disney Concept Art, Disney Sketches, Captain Hook, Disney Animation

✶ In this drawing it appears that it was to show hook reacting to something. [from the first drawing done by Frank Thomas in the development of the characters for Peter Pan] ✏️☠⚓️★

Donald Duck rough poses from the Disney afternoon show “Quack Pack” also known as “Duck Daze” (Walt Disney TV Animation, Animation Sketches, Cartoon Sketches, Disney Sketches, Disney Drawings, Drawing Disney, Disney Sleeve Tattoos, Disney Tattoos, Character Model Sheet, Character Design

Model Sheets (@modelsheets)

The latest Tweets from Model Sheets (@modelsheets). Model Sheets aka Settei for Cartoons, Animation, Anime, Comics, Video Games, Toys… #modelsheet せってい 設定

Design Notes by Glen Keane – On Animation Glen Keane, New Quotes, Great Quotes, Tumblr, Disney Art Style, Animation Reference, Pose Reference, Figure Reference, Character Reference

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Old style guide I did for Tangled back in the day.. Some great quotes from Bill Moore, famous design teacher at Chouinard, establishing a great way of approaching and studying shapes* Hope everyone...

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Milt kahl Day

These are drawings from actual scenes animated by Milt. I love the graphic style in these drawings. At the time when Milt did these he was very much influenced by artists like Ronald Searle and Picasso. It's great to notice that in every drawing he tried to keep it in silhouette so it makes the gestures and actions very clear. It's also great to study the way he used curves against straights. UPDATE: If you want to see pure Milt Kahl treasures, go to Andreas Blog as he has posted amazing…