Thursday, October 4, 2012

David Hall Story Art Stills - Alice Shrinks!

After drinking the suspect liquid as provided by Mr Bottle, Alice shrinks dramatically in this still of a pencil drawing.  Again, you can see the watermark on the paper in the shaded area to the left of the spinning Alice. In the lower right you can see where the label was, but it was not captured in this image.  This image is reproduced in the David Hall book.
After her whirlwind size change, she looks back up at Mr Bottle on the table, and sees the key that she needs to open the door.  There is a fragment of a signature visible in the lower left, and in the lower right is the label '34'.

4 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

Do you have any knowledge of other projects (non-Disney as well) that David Hall did?

Matt said...

The only other project I know he did stuff for in 1939 was for Peter Pan.

Matt said...

Here's a famous David Hall image for Peter Pan

Major Pepperidge said...

Ah, yes, I know I have seen some other Peter Pan images too (at least one other, anyway).

I wonder if he ever worked for another animation studio, or perhaps at live-action studios, in the way that Herb Ryman did.

Thanks for the info!

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