Animation Artifacts &Story & Storyboards 26 Mar 2007 08:46 am


- The pieces of the Pinocchio storyboard I’ve been presenting are missing whole chunks of the film. We jump to the underwater scene where Monstro wakes up.

(Click any image to enlarge.)

Unlike the earlier posted segments, these are pinned to the board, and the drawings are done on the large animation paper used at Disney in the late 30′s. Each image would be about 12½ x 15½ on five hole paper. That’s a big board.

Just a reminder. Mark Mayerson continues to do a bangup job of posting his “Mosaic” of the entire film of Pinocchio, based on Hans Perk‘s posted Drafts. Mark’s comments are at least as valuable as the “Mosaics”. Visit his site if you haven’t yet and love Pinocchio.

2 Responses to “MONSTRO”

  1. on 05 Mar 2010 at 12:56 pm 1.Steven Hartley said …

    Great stuff, Mike. Woolie Reitherman worked hard on animating Monstro, Woolie did a lot of work on Pinocchio, he also animated Jiminy Cricket, and also did a bit of work on animating Pinocchio.

  2. on 17 Mar 2012 at 11:03 am 2.Luigi Fulk said …

    great thank you

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