Original book interior / One of my Story panels / and final film frame. Winnie the Pooh - 2011

scribbling while shopping production recording takes

scribbling while shopping production recording takes

The posters are hung outside the building!! :)

The posters are hung outside the building!! :)


"Now, think of the happiest things. It’s the same as having wings.” - Peter Pan


"Now, think of the happiest things. It’s the same as having wings.” - Peter Pan

A few of my caricatures from the Annual April Fool’s Caricature show at Disney Animation.

More meetings and patiently waiting scribblings.

Visual Development from 101 Dalmations

(via disneyanimators)

Get A Horse - 2013
Gif by Supervising Animator Adam Green


Get A Horse - 2013

Gif by Supervising Animator Adam Green

Meeting scribble

Meeting scribble

skunkandburningtires:

Glen Keane’s 7 Animation Essentials
1. Make a Positive Statement
Do not be ambiguous in your approach.
Thumbnail until you have that clear approach and conviction.
Be bold and decisive.
2. Animate From the Heart
Feel your drawings.
Let your action be an extension of how you believe the character feels.
Put yourself in the place of the character your animating- associate.
3. Make Expressions and Attitudes Real and Living
Focus on the eyes and eyebrows, mouth and cheeks.
Always lead with the eyes.
Be sure the eyes are solid and placed securely in the head.
Study your own attitudes. Ask yourself, “Does this drawing feel the way my face feels?”
4. Draw As If You Were Sculpting
Describe the forms in dimension.
Understand the character design in 3D.
5. Animate the Forces
Allow the momentum of and already animated movement to suggest the next drawing.
Draw the leading edge of forces.
6. Visualize and Feel Dialogue
Be sure you are truly capturing the inflection, volume and tone of the dialog with proper mouth shapes.
7. Simplicity
What is the essence of your scene, your action, your expression — what is indispensable in communicating your thought?

skunkandburningtires:

Glen Keane’s 7 Animation Essentials

1. Make a Positive Statement

  • Do not be ambiguous in your approach.
  • Thumbnail until you have that clear approach and conviction.
  • Be bold and decisive.

2. Animate From the Heart

  • Feel your drawings.
  • Let your action be an extension of how you believe the character feels.
  • Put yourself in the place of the character your animating- associate.

3. Make Expressions and Attitudes Real and Living

  • Focus on the eyes and eyebrows, mouth and cheeks.
  • Always lead with the eyes.
  • Be sure the eyes are solid and placed securely in the head.
  • Study your own attitudes. Ask yourself, “Does this drawing feel the way my face feels?”

4. Draw As If You Were Sculpting

  • Describe the forms in dimension.
  • Understand the character design in 3D.

5. Animate the Forces

  • Allow the momentum of and already animated movement to suggest the next drawing.
  • Draw the leading edge of forces.

6. Visualize and Feel Dialogue

  • Be sure you are truly capturing the inflection, volume and tone of the dialog with proper mouth shapes.

7. Simplicity

  • What is the essence of your scene, your action, your expression — what is indispensable in communicating your thought?

(via artofglenkeane)

disney:

♫ If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will. ♫

disney:

♫ If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will. ♫

disney:

Make every day magical.

grizandnorm:

Selected sketches from the “Anna hires Kristoff” sequence in Frozen. Better know as “Reindeers Are Better than People”. This was one the first sequences to go into production. More to come in the next few weeks!