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Tag Archives: 2d animation
If you’re a fan of Disney animation and live in Los Angeles or New York, count yourself lucky. You get a chance to see Disney’s triumphant (we hope) return to hand drawn animation, The Princess & The Frog, prior to … Continue reading
For those animation fans anxiously awaiting the return of Hand Drawn Animation (although now drawn on tablets instead of paper) to Walt Disney Animation Studios, check out Cartoon Brew TV where an exclusive behind-the-scenes clip of The Princess and the … Continue reading
Pixar artists Jim Capobianco and Alex Woo were recently interviewed by the marvelous Art Of The Title blog. That only makes sense when you know that the pair were responsible for the end title sequence of WALL-E which actually completes … Continue reading
Without any further ado, Disney’s re-entry into the world of Hand Drawn Feature Animation:
Some extended footage from Disney’s return to hand drawn animation in “The Princess And The Frog.” The recording quality is not great, but it’s the first real look at Prince Naveen and an introduction to the major characters. (Thanks Jason!)