Crossed My Mind 299

foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 
I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 
I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 
I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 
I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 
I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 
I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. 

foolish-curiosity:

The art in this movie makes me melt.

It’s so funny because almost everyone loves the art style of this movie, but Walt Disney himself hated it at the time, thinking that it lost the fantasy stylization that had been featured in all of the previous Disney films. 

I swear to god I’m going to write a book about this movie and kinda the whole Disney Xerox era. 

(Source: storybookdisney)


New York Comic Con Time-lapse
By Billy Crossley


Work in progress shot with the background i was working on earlier. I’m being productive and stuff.


Work in progress background from my thesis film, Teddy and the Bear. The film is coming along extraordinarily well. I have currently over half of the rough animation done and most of the backgrounds for that first 60% of the movie in a rough state like this one.
This shot is from the 6th scene in the film (there are 7 in total) and it’s part of a montage sequence. In this part of the sequence Teddy teaches the Bear how to properly fisticuff, which means of course you have to go to the highest mountain you can find and fight in the middle of a blizzard. 
My background design skills could still use a lot of improvement, but it’s amazing the subtle improvements I’m making in terms of skill. It makes me want to keep at it, in the hope that by the time I have a new project to do, I’ll be even better.
If anyone has any questions about my film, or has helpful suggestions for ways I could improve my backgrounds, send me a message! I love the feedback. View Larger

Work in progress background from my thesis film, Teddy and the Bear. The film is coming along extraordinarily well. I have currently over half of the rough animation done and most of the backgrounds for that first 60% of the movie in a rough state like this one.

This shot is from the 6th scene in the film (there are 7 in total) and it’s part of a montage sequence. In this part of the sequence Teddy teaches the Bear how to properly fisticuff, which means of course you have to go to the highest mountain you can find and fight in the middle of a blizzard. 

My background design skills could still use a lot of improvement, but it’s amazing the subtle improvements I’m making in terms of skill. It makes me want to keep at it, in the hope that by the time I have a new project to do, I’ll be even better.

If anyone has any questions about my film, or has helpful suggestions for ways I could improve my backgrounds, send me a message! I love the feedback.