Tuesday, September 18, 2012

David Hall Story Art Stills - The Bottle Talks to Alice

Here we see the Bottle creating a table out of his bubbles, which transforms into the glass table that Alice has so much trouble with later in the scene.  This pencil drawing is signed in the lower left corner (barely visible in this photograph) and is labeled '30'.  You can also see the watermark on the paper in the upper right corner, Management Bond is clearly visible in reverse in the shaded area.
Here we see the Bottle firmly atop his new glass table as Alice approaches warily.  Signed in the lower right corner, this is labeled '31'.

3 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

So much craziness going on in all of these nice drawings! Ward Kimball said that the Cheshire Cat stood out because he wasn't as overtly nutty as most of the other characters, and I think there is definitely something to that.

Fishinthesea said...

Hi, where do you get all these great drawings by David Hall. I am looking for a book with his art works such as these, especially his watercolours. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Matt said...

@fishinthesea - these are all physical photographs that I got from the estate of a Disney employee. But, for reference you can't go wrong with the David Hall Alice book mentioned in this post:

https://vintagedisneyalice.blogspot.com/2011/12/david-hall-original-watercolor-of-alice.html

You can usually find one on eBay, such as this copy:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Walt-Disney-Alice-in-Wonderland-DAVID-HALL-Animation-Concept-Art-1986-Book-dj/202647018805?hash=item2f2eb41d35:g:mGkAAOSwPhpcqLh1

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