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With the 60th anniversary of Disneyland fast approaching the park is getting a bit nostalgic. I don’t mind, I love it when they share great moments from the past. This week, they’ve released some timelaspe video takent from the park’s … Continue reading
Update: big announcement just wrapped up. Get full details here! Sleeping Beauty Castle is currently all wrapped up in tarps getting reach for a diamond overlay to celebrate the parks 60th anniversary. We will find out today what else Disneyland … Continue reading
Disneyland fan & 3D modeler Miles Wilhelm is in the middle of a big project. He wants to render the entirety of the park in 3D computer graphics. As you can imagine, there is a lot of detail to get … Continue reading
Disney Fandom is a worldwide phenomenon. Check out this amazing model of Sleeping Beauty Castle from Disneyland Paris. Alexandre de Araújo, a Portuguese Disneyfan, spent five years to build this model. Here is his video tour of the very detailed … Continue reading