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Tag Archives: Marc Davis
It makes me incredibly happy to hear that Disneyland has finally decided to honor the accomplishements of Alice Davis with a window on Main Street USA at Disneyland. These windows serve as the ‘credits’ to the full experience of the … Continue reading
It’s tax day and Foxxfur is regaling us with stories of one of Founding Fathers and his place at Walt Disney World. Well make that places. And make that a portrait of Ben Franklin which it is believed was painted … Continue reading
It’s hard to express how talented an artist Marc Davis, one of Walt’s Nine Old Men, was. You’ve no doubt seen his animation (Aurora, Maleficient, and Tinkerbell to name a few) and his concept art (Pirates, Country Bears, and Haunted … Continue reading
I have been sent five (5) images of Cruella DeVil art as drawn by animator Marc Davis to share with you. These images are early color model cels created by Marc Davis in his development of Cruella DeVil for 101 … Continue reading