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animation-addict:

Glen Keane demonstrating how Beast’s cape should move.

(via virtualanimators)

marcanimation:

amazinglyartisticadvice:

There seem to be useful tips here whether you’re doing things ‘Sander’s Style’ or not.

Woah I’ve been looking for this for a while now, thanks!

(via virtualanimators)

typette:

ineedathneed:

Wreck-it Ralph Art and Concept from DisneyAnimation

ahaha that peppermint patty car. awesome

(via virtualanimators)

gameraboy:

Mickey Mouse model sheets, signed by Jack Kinney

wannabeanimator:

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) | rough animation - Milt Kahl

wannabeanimator:

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977) | animation - Milt Kahl

grizandnorm:

Life Drawing 09/11/14 (2/2)

The rest of the life drawing session from last week.
-Norm

penciltests:

"Milt Kahl talks about Peter Pan"

I really wish I had been able to meet this man.

When I was young and starting out someone once told me, “You’re not going to believe me, it sounds too easy to be true, but I swear to God this will work. Do good work and be nice to people. That’s it.”

I didn’t believe them, I still remember the constant feeling of frustration and hopelessness as I couch surfed and worked minimum wage jobs and stayed up all night every night drawing trying to make a portfolio that would get me a job. I remember not understanding why no one would hire me and feeling like the cards were stacked against me, and that i deserved a job but for some strange inexplicable reason was not getting one. Then eventually after years of going through that cycle I finally got a job.

In hind sight 20 some odd years later I have to agree with them and have to pass on the same advice. It is that easy. Well… “easy” might not be exactly the right word, it is a little deceptive, the “do good work part” is easier said than done.

artblog-with-lots-of-booty:

Glen Keane - The Little Mermaid

artblog-with-lots-of-booty:

Glen Keane - The Little Mermaid