Drawn to Life: 20 Golden Years of Disney Master Classes (The by Walt Stanchfield, Don Hahn

By Walt Stanchfield, Don Hahn

Author note: Don Hahn (Editor)
Publish yr note: First released March twenty third 2009
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Volume 2 of 2
Discover the teachings that helped lead to a brand new golden age of Disney animation!

Published for the 1st time ever, Drawn to Life is a quantity selection of the mythical lectures from long-time Disney animator Walt Stanchfield. For over 20 years, Walt helped breathe existence into the recent golden age of animation with those teachings on the Walt Disney Animation Studios and encouraged such proficient artists as Tim Burton, Brad chook, Glen Keane, and John Lasseter.

These writings characterize the imperative refresher for tremendous artists and picture execs, and it's a important educational for college kids who're now poised to join one other new new release within the artwork form.

Written through Walt Stanchfield (1919-2000), who all started paintings for the Walt Disney Studios within the Nineteen Fifties. His paintings could be visible in motion pictures like sound asleep attractiveness, The Jungle publication, a hundred and one Dalmatians, and Peter Pan.

Edited via Academy Award®-nominated manufacturer Don Hahn, who has prduced such vintage Disney movies as attractiveness and the Beast and The Lion King.

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Drawn to Life: 20 Golden Years of Disney Master Classes (The Walt Stanchfield Lectures, Volume 2)

Writer word: Don Hahn (Editor)
Publish yr be aware: First released March twenty third 2009
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Volume 2 of 2
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These writings characterize the imperative refresher for advantageous artists and movie pros, and it's a important instructional for college students who're now poised to be a part of one other new iteration within the artwork form.

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Edited via Academy Award®-nominated manufacturer Don Hahn, who has prduced such vintage Disney motion pictures as attractiveness and the Beast and The Lion King.

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What may give one a clear concept may confuse another. If you have a concept that works for you — don’t change. If you’re struggling, it’s not demeaning to experiment with another. As for finished drawing as opposed to sketching — there is a place and a need for both, and every artist at Disney Studios should be adept at both. Since more time has been spent on final drawings than on roughs, I have been trying to get everyone in the evening (and day) classes to loosen up. These sessions afford an opportunity to fashion your own personal gestures, rather than cleaning up another’s work.

Stretching out his left leg helped the overall thrust of the action.

Drawing is unique in that sense. We are so used to being herded into that one-half degree plus or minus syndrome: set your carburetor mixture just so or you will waste gas, use the right amount of baking powder or your cake will either fall or blow up, adjust your radio to the station or you will get static, etc. Realism for the cartoonist is not copying things from nature to the nth degree, it is caricaturing those things — turning them into entertainment (and having fun at the same time). I found a new positive thinking statement I am trying to put into practice: IT IS OKAY TO HAVE FUN.

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