Tag Archives: The Walt Disney Company

The state of the Animation Industry

With DreamWorks closing one of their production pipelines at PDI in Redwood City, George Lucas’s “Strange Magic” flopping at the box office and Disney Publishing “revamping” the look of the Disney Princesses. Well that does not look too solid I’d … Continue reading

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Marc Davis, one of the NINE

Marc Davis was one of Disney’s NINE OLD MEN. That group of legendary animators and immagineers have shaped the fates of the Disney Studio in the early years. Without them who knows if Disney would be Disney today. Marc was … Continue reading

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Raffaello Vecchione Sculptor

Pinocchio by Raffaello Vecchione My very good friend Raffa was working at Amblimation as Assistant Animator with me and others, when one day he decided to make a sculpture of one of the characters of the movie. It was the … Continue reading

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“Directing for Animation” by Tony Bancroft My good friend Tony Bancroft just released his first book, “Directing for Animation” at the CTNExpo in Burbank. Tony is another super talented EX Disney animator, supervisor and director that has been working in … Continue reading

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Eyvind Earle Exhibition at CSG

I went to the Eyvind Earle Exhibition at CSG yesterday and it was awesome. I apologize for the bad quality of the pictures I took, but the reflection of the lights was unavoidable. Most people know Eyvind Earle’s work from … Continue reading

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