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theslantednews:

Sometimes you just have to realize how much you love Disney animation.

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Roger and Anita pencil test by Milt Kahl

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adisneysketch:

January 29, 1959 ~ Sleeping Beauty is released in the US

Briar Rose by Marc Davis
Maleficent by Marc Davis
Samson & Prince Philip by Milt Kahl

From “The Archive Series - Animation”; published in 2009; artwork courtesy of the Walt Disney Animation Research Library

Early Concept Art by Eyvind Earle

From “Before the Animation Begins; The Art and Lives of Disney Inspirational Sketch Artists”; published 1996; by John Canemaker
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eyecaging:

Notes from Glen Keane from Jorge’s playground

Thanks to Ju Li Khaw for this one who gifts me not only in awesome tutorials but her amazing friendship as well. 

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Mark Henn - Animation Test Anna on Frozen (x)

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atomicpowered:

Because of that Jenny gif from My Life as a Teenage Robot I wanted to make a nice sourced post of a bunch of gifs of western properties by Yoh Yoshinari.

As you can see he has a unique perspective and he does extremely distinctive flames. His sakuga is unparalleled and some of the best in the business. He’s worked mostly in the gainex animation studio and some of his recent work can be seen in Panty and Stocking where he was a key player, designing much of the show, some of the best sequences (I.e. episode one and six) were all his design and it shows, he’s also worked on titular properties such as the famous Gurren Lagann and FLCL. He is also a westaboo, as you can see. 

Here’s the link to his Pixiv

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firewolf826:

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I love nothing more than animation insiders like this! Man, you don’t realize how much math and physics go into stuff like this. Way different than traditional animation!

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