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“For @Sketch_Dailies ... I'll polish this sketch up later. Been awhile since i've done anything creepy.”

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The Genius of Frank Thomas

Frank examines storyboard sketches of a sequence from Robin Hood. He would later animate those very scenes. Not very thrilled with the way the film's story was coming together, Frank still did the best he could with the material given to him. Following are just a few examples of animated moments in Frank's long career. To my eye there are zero formulas to detect in his work. Every one of his characters moves and acts in a unique way. That way of working takes not only great analysis but a…

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Milt Kahl Day 12

According to what I learned about Milt, if you asked him how he did something in a scene, the more likely answer would have been "you just do it". Well, it is not the kind of answer a young student of animation would want to hear, right? Milt was no good in explaining how he did his scenes and you had to learn by studying what he did. What I am going to try to do here is to show how Milt would have approached a scene and the steps he took to do it and I will use samples of his work to…

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“Well..#inktober? I'm not really sure what it is, but the funyuns were tasty while I made it.”

This 1938 model sheet, drawn by Disney artist Fred Moore, introduced the new appearance of Mickey’s eyes and other refinements of his body construction. Take a look through ‘Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse. The Ultimate History’ for more. Disney Sketches, Disney Drawings, Cartoon Drawings, Drawing Disney, Mickey Mouse Characters, Disney Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse Sketch, Disney Characters, Minnie Mouse

Fred Moore from the Back

As far as I'm concerned there aren't enough photos of Fred Moore around. This is the guy who changed the look and feel of character animation during the 1930s in a big way. The photo above was taken in Fred's office at the Disney Hyperion Studio. It looks like Walt is dropping by with guests Leopold Stokowski and Deems Taylor, and Fred is giving a demonstration on how animation works by flipping a scene with Mickey from The Sorcerer's Apprentice. This was the time when Mickey's design…

I'm a visual development artist at Walt Disney Animation Studios. All work © Cory Loftis Character Design References, Character Design Animation, Character Concept, Character Art, Character Poses, Concept Art, Pirate Cartoon, Character Illustration, Illustration Art

Media Tweets by Cory Loftis (@CoryLoftis)

The latest Tweets from Cory Loftis (@CoryLoftis). Professional Grump at Walt Disney Animation Studios. Magic and Tacos. Glendale, CA

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The Genius of Frank Thomas

Frank examines storyboard sketches of a sequence from Robin Hood. He would later animate those very scenes. Not very thrilled with the way the film's story was coming together, Frank still did the best he could with the material given to him. Following are just a few examples of animated moments in Frank's long career. To my eye there are zero formulas to detect in his work. Every one of his characters moves and acts in a unique way. That way of working takes not only great analysis but a…

The Jungle Book Mogul and King Louie The Genius of Frank Thomas Disney Pencil Drawings, Disney Sketches, Animation Sketches, Animation Reference, Disney Artists, Disney Concept Art, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Disney Coloring Pages, Disney Scrapbook

The Genius of Frank Thomas

Frank examines storyboard sketches of a sequence from Robin Hood. He would later animate those very scenes. Not very thrilled with the way the film's story was coming together, Frank still did the best he could with the material given to him. Following are just a few examples of animated moments in Frank's long career. To my eye there are zero formulas to detect in his work. Every one of his characters moves and acts in a unique way. That way of working takes not only great analysis but a…

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Media Tweets by Cory Loftis (@CoryLoftis)

The latest media Tweets from Cory Loftis (@CoryLoftis). Production Designer at Netflix Animation Studios. Magic and Tacos. Glendale, CA