above: Gertie the Dinosaur (Winsor McCay, 1914)
Icon: Early Bugs Bunny model drawn by Robert Givens
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pencil test vs final product

You know there’s always that kid in your class — and every class has one — the kid who draws all the time and is really good? That was not me. I was a lousy draftsman. But as soon as I figured out that I could make things come alive, like using the corners of my math book to make flipbooks, I was hooked.

 Pete Docter (via disneypixar)


Marilyn Myller: A New Stop-Motion Animation Made with Styrofoam Puppets and Long-Exposure Light Effects by Mikey Please [VIDEO]


Disney Villains Week - Favorite Outfit

The design for Maleficent's clothes occurred to Davis when he was looking through a book on Medieval art; one of the manuscript images featured a religious figure with long robes, the ends of which resembled flames. Davis incorporated this into Maleficent's final design. [xEarly designs feature Maleficent's signature dress in red instead of purple. 

Character Designs from Lilo & Stitch by Paul Felix

Character Designs from Lilo & Stitch by Paul Felix

(Source: disneyconceptsandstuff)


The Incredibles (2004) character design

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Background artwork for 101 Dalmatians (x)

(Source: mickeyandcompany)


♚ Anastasia Week ♚

Day Four: Concept Art

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Hercules model sheet

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