Animation Artifacts &John Canemaker &repeated posts 24 Oct 2011 06:51 am

Pink Elephant Recap

- Recently, I saw a small part of Aladdin on television. A large part of the Genie’s song reminded me of Pink Elephants from Dumbo. I thought, then, that I should post anew the models/sketches and drawings from that sequence. It originally was broken in two parts when it saw daylight here in 2007. I’ve combined the two posts into one.

Once again, thanks to John Canemaker, I have several photo images to display. Some frame grabs accompany the piece.

These are rather small images, so by cutting up the large boards and reassembling them I can post them at a higher resolution, making them better seen when clicking each image.

I’ve interspersed some frame grabs from the sequence to give an idea of the coloring.

(Click any image to enlarge.)

The following images were in the gallery part of the dvd. These are the color versions of some of the images above.

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3 Responses to “Pink Elephant Recap”

  1. on 24 Oct 2011 at 11:17 am 1.Joel Brinkerhoff said …

    “Home on the Range” had a similar sequence with, I thought, disastrous results.

  2. on 29 Oct 2011 at 1:00 am 2.Micahel Polvani said …

    A little known fact………thanks to Maurice Noble for that sequence.
    Since he supported the strike, a lot of his credits have been swept under the rug over the years. He also Directed the Dot and the Line. Just giving credit where credit is due. I knew him personally and wanted folks out there to know.
    If there are any other projects that anyone can think of that Maurice deserves credit for, please pipe up!

  3. on 29 Oct 2011 at 1:02 am 3.Micahel Polvani said …

    By the way……..thanks to Mr. Sporn for quite probably the best blog on the internet.

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