Animation &Animation Artifacts &Disney 23 Jun 2010 07:04 am

P&W-Kimball Scene – 2

- Here we have the second installment of the Peter and the Wolf scene animated by Ward Kimball. The animation is loose and wild. There are many more parts to this post before all these drawings will be put up, so keep tuned.

By the way, the animator drafts for this feature, Melody Time, are currently being posted by Hans Perk on his endlessly informative resource of a blog, A Film LA.

Many thanks to John Canemaker for the loan of the scene so that I could share it with you.

As with all other such posts, I start with the last drawing from the last post.


56 57

58 59

60 61

62 63

64 65


67 68

69 70

71 72

73 74


76 77


79 80

81 82

83 84


86 87

88 89


The following QT movie represents all the drawings posted to date.
I exposed all drawings on ones.

Click left side of the black bar to play.
Right side to watch single frame.

7 Responses to “P&W-Kimball Scene – 2”

  1. on 23 Jun 2010 at 10:00 am 1.Daniel Caylor said …

    Fantastic stuff as always Michael, thank you :)

  2. on 24 Jun 2010 at 5:54 am 2.Hans Perk said …

    Hi Michael! Thanks for the plug, your words always help to get a few more visitors to look at my stuff. I am always amazed by the diversity and constant high quality of your postings!

    Please note, though, that Peter and the Wolf is part of Make Mine Music, and not of the latest of my postings, Melody Time! I have as yet not posted MMM, and at this time I have no plans in the DIRECT future to do so, as I will do some MUCH later stuff next, I think.

  3. on 24 Jun 2010 at 8:40 am 3.Michael said …

    Oops, my slip. I can never get the pop musical features straight. regardless, I’m glad I was able to get anyone to your site, Hans.

  4. on 27 Jun 2010 at 4:06 am 4.Steven Hartley said …

    A couple of months ago, in a hall, some younger children were performing Peter and the Wolf, and I was watching it, and then they showed us the Make Mine Music version, and they were laughing when the Hunters about the way they walked or ran, and I thought that was it a Ward Kimball scene? and now I know!

  5. on 27 Jun 2010 at 4:08 am 5.Steven Hartley said …

    What I really like about this animation is the amount of weight that Kimball produced!

  6. on 30 Jun 2010 at 2:49 pm 6.Luke Menichelli said …

    Drawing #66 reappears as #68.

  7. on 30 Jun 2010 at 6:52 pm 7.Michael said …

    Thanks, Luke, I’ve corrected the problem.

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