- In the past, I’ve done a number of posts about Tissa David‘s work on The Midsummer Night’s Dream. (see them here.) This was a film she directed and animated with three other people: Kalman Kozelka photographed, xeroxed the cels and coordinated it, Ida Kozelka-Mocsary color styled it and did most of the painting, and Richard Fehsl did the Bg designs and animated any of those Bgs.
The film aired on the BBC in 1983 and was released on VHS by Goodtimes Video
I’d previously posted a couple of the cels from a scene, and here I’m posting all the drawings. I do think the film looks better in pencil test, but then I’m partial to Tissa’s beautiful drawing style. Here, again, are those cels:
And Here are those drawings:
Titania Dances with Bottom
I took a guess at the timing of this putting the
action on three’s and adding two short holds. Click left side of the black bar to play.
Right side to watch single frame.
All drawings from the scene (both posts) are in the QT.