Chris Sanders Sketches: Christmas!
Via: Arthur Fong’s blog:
A little Croods holiday painting for ya’ll!!! 3 more months to go! This is very unofficial and slightly degrading… but I wanted to have a little fun :)
miyazaki-ru.livejournal.com unearthed some ancient Miyazaki concept sketches for an unmade adaptation of Astrid Lindgren’s Pippi Longstocking.
According the internet, back in 1971, Miyazaki and Isao Takahata began production on an adaptation of Lindgren’s iconic Pippi Longstocking books. Miyazaki created a series of watercolor concept sketches (shown here), presenting them to Lindgren during a pirtch meeting. In the end, Lindgren decided not to give Miyazaki and co. permission to produce the film. While this was certainly a sad turn of events, at least we have these wonderful watercolors to pore over.
To see the rest of Miyazaki’s Pippi watercolors, click here.
A couple of process images for the Croods end credits. More on clockroom.blogspot.com
The truth comes out….
…. now everyone will know who ACTUALLY directed The Croods
"We wanted the moment where the Croods step into this new world to be reminiscent of the moment where Dorothy leaves Kansas and steps into Oz." — Chris Sanders, via Animated Views
The Croods Drawing Tutorial: Ugga
This is NOT your typical how-to video. It’s hosted by animation legend JAMES BAXTER — the animator behind Belle! What’s more, Baxter draws Ugga with what could easily be described as “a dreamy far-off look.”
Baxter is one of the defining artists of the 90s Disney renaissance. To quote Beyonce, “Bow down, b**ches!”
first of all, how dare you
second of all, why wasn’t this included in my blu-ray copy as well, wtf
Tumblr’s Grimmest Disney gifs
Part 3: 1989-1999
To see Part 1: 1937-1959, click here.
To see Part 2: 1961-1988, click here.
I’m just full of corny endings and crappy penmanship.
Aaaaaannd I don’t know how to draw animals.
But this pair is killing me ;_;
Title: Trick or Treat?