Animation Artifacts &Disney &Story & Storyboards 14 Jul 2008 08:06 am

Sleeping Beauty’s End – 1

- To continue my attempt to keep up with the invaluable drafts that Hans Perk has been posting on his blog, I have some more storyboards to offer. John Canemaker has loaned me the final sequences of the film detailing the dragon fight and climax of the film. It’ll take a couple of weeks to post them all, so let’s get started.

We’re not sure exactly who did the artwork, but there’s a good chance it’s Ken Anderson‘s work. As with past boards, I’ll post the whole photograph as is, then take it apart row by row so that you can enlarge them as much as possible. Here’s the storyboard sequence #18 from Sleeping Beauty.

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4 Responses to “Sleeping Beauty’s End – 1”

  1. on 14 Jul 2008 at 10:50 am 1.stephen said …

    love to see the tones at work. there’s so much done with just light, medium and dark.

    the row with shot 88 stands out to me especially–that wide shot is great.

  2. on 15 Jul 2008 at 1:53 pm 2.Eddie Fitzgerald said …

    Ditto what Steve said! These samples make me want to dig out my black media and draw.

  3. on 17 Jul 2008 at 1:21 pm 3.Sunny Kharbanda said …

    Simply brilliant. Makes me want to draw more too! It’s amazing how the artists make your eye flow so easily, within a panel and across panels. Not only does the story unfold itself effortlessly, it pulls you along with its energy.

  4. on 21 Aug 2008 at 1:34 pm 4.jake friedman said …

    Wow. Ditto on everyon’s comments. Wow.

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