Next from the Key Book set is the photo of Kathy jumping. My assumption is that this is from the sequence when Alice is entering the Queen's grounds for the first time through the maze, and hears the Card Painters and jumps up and down to see over the hedge.
Friday, January 31, 2014
Thursday, January 30, 2014
This next photo from the Key Book is a new one on me, a photo from a deleted sequence apparently. There is no scene in the final film where Alice is being marched away by two Card Guards.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Next up from the Key Book photos is this very fun image of Kathy hanging upside down as she reaches the end of her journey down the rabbit hole.
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
This is a bit of a repost, but since I acquired this new copy of the photo from the Key Book with a different reference number and snipe intact I thought I'd share it again.
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Next of the Key Book stills is this of Kathy standing on the Drink Me bottle while sailing the Sea of Tears - or a reasonable facsimile thereof. This is very similar to the still originally posted here.
Friday, January 24, 2014
Starting another batch of live action reference photos, all of which seem to have come out of a key book by the look of the punched holes. First up is this great one of both Kathy and Richard Hayden as the Caterpillar!
Thursday, January 16, 2014
The Walt Disney Family Museum is going to have what looks to be a spectacular exhibition of Mary Blair artwork this year, running from March 13 - September 7, 2014. And there is going to be this very cool catalog (complete with AMAZING Alice cover) accompanying the exhibit! Order yours today from Amazon! And go to the exhibit!
Thanks to Didier over at the Disney History blog for the heads up on this.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
This just in from the far flung reaches of the Tulgey Wood, a set of rotoscope layout drawings of the courtroom scene. There seems to be a lot of courtroom art out there, and I have my fair share of it.
Framing/tracking boxes here also lend to the layout argument.
You can see subtle differences, due I'm sure to the tracing style of whomever did the trace for the animation vs layout drawings. But they both match very well with the final image.
I just love stuff like this :-)
Sunday, January 5, 2014
I love completing a set. This is the very rare (and only recently confirmed to exist) English sheet music for How D'Ye Do and Shake Hands.
but it does on its own sheet! Does that mean that this sheet was produced after the others?