Monday, November 17, 2014

On This Date (But Actually Yesterday) ...

The last Disney animated featurette painted on cels was released with the first Disney animated feature painted digitally. ...

The Prince and the Pauper, one of Mark Twain's literary nuggets, was colored in the traditional way in the ink and paint building in Burbank, while the picture was animated in Glendale at the Flower Street studio. (This was the last animated theatrical painted on the lot, wrapping up five decades of cartoon production work at 500 S. Buena Vista Street.)

Meantime, The Rescuers Down Under was done in Glendale, start to finish.

1 comments:

F. Kousac said...

I'd have to agree with Ward Kimball on that thing: "It's crap." (and yes, that's a direct quote).

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