Animation &Animation Artifacts &Disney 24 Jun 2009 08:19 am

Tytla’s Stromboli – 4

- This is Part 4 of this large scene by Bill Tytla of Stromboli.

Part 1 saw a frenetic anger from Stromboli; Part 2 he caught himself to get a hold on his emotions. Part 3 he slowed down and prepared for the kiss (a break) and the bow upcoming in this, Part 4. Much of this part is on twos, as opposed to part 3 all on ones.

This is animation tour de force and there’s one part left to go next week.

(Click any image to enlarge.)














The full scene with all drawings.
Click left side of the black bar to play.
Right side to watch single frame.

7 Responses to “Tytla’s Stromboli – 4”

  1. on 24 Jun 2009 at 8:31 am 1.Mark Mayerson said …

    This is great stuff, but I want to point out a glitch. The first drawing of the latest set is held for 4 frames in the quicktime. That kills the flow of the motion and I assume that it’s a technical error and not how Tytla exposed the drawings originally.

  2. on 24 Jun 2009 at 9:13 am 2.Michael said …

    Sorry, Mark, the glitch was not in the construction of the PT. IT was in the positioning of the drawings (which I’ve corrected.) #142 was positioned where a #132 would have been if it was in my scene. If I was missing a drawing I would expose it for as many frames as missing. Eg. #136-2x, #138-2x, #140-2x and #130-4x, #132-2x etc. I have no X-sheets so have to go on the number of each drawing.

  3. on 24 Jun 2009 at 5:56 pm 3.Jose said …

    It’s been fun watching this all come together.

    On a side note, I was wondering if you could recommend any sites which sell animation art that you know to be legit and safe? I’d like to start collecting some pieces of favorite characters and such but I’m not sure where to look.

  4. on 24 Jun 2009 at 9:43 pm 4.Jodie Hudson said …

    Thanks for taking the time to post this. It’s great to be able to frame by frame stuff like this.

    Jose, there is Van Eaton Galleries.

  5. on 25 Jun 2009 at 6:14 pm 5.Jose said …

    Thanks for the link Jodie =)

  6. on 26 Jun 2009 at 3:22 pm 6.hasani said …

    excellent just, excellent drawings. thank very much for posting them, please, never stop doing this, never stop teaching us from the great masters of this magical art form, once again thanks.

  7. on 30 Jun 2009 at 6:24 pm 7.Richard Bailey said …

    This is beautiful stuff, thanks for sharing. I watched Pinocchio again the other night with my five year old daughter and the human characters have a wonderful fleshiness to them (as is particularly evident here with Stromboli) which contrasts nicely with Pinocchio himself who is wooden.

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