Friday, January 15, 2016

Robin Hood Scene II

Here is part two of Milt Kahl's Robin Hood scene, which required many key drawings. Lots going on, there is a walk, and the acting is very lively. The more motion on the screen, the more drawings the animator needs to put in.
Part III to follow.





















12 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for posting this!!

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    1. You're welcome. I recommend printing these drawings and flipping them. Magic!

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    2. Andreas, if you enable the lightbox feature, we don't even have to print them out. We can just flip them with the arrow keys.

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    3. Wouldn't mind someone making an animated .gif out of these too!

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  2. You are fantastic!
    Thank you so much!

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  3. Hi Andreas, those are amazing! *-* I'm an italian fan, and I've also met you during the premiere of the Princess and the Frog in Rome (I hope you enjoyed my city :P) I've a Disney blog with news, reviews etc. I'd like to know if you'd like to answer to 5/6 questions about your Disney experiences, and your working projects! I will understand if you don't want to! :(

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    1. Leave your email contact here, and I will write you.

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    2. Hi, Andreas, sorry for the late but I had some internet issues @__@ My email is s.terzoli@alice.it
      Thanks for the reply! :)

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  4. Hey Andreas,
    I was wondering if there were any timing charts with these drawings? I was going to challenge myself and inbetween them.

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  5. These are so cool! Thank you for posting them!

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  6. These earlier drawings of Robin with his longer muzzle certainly gave me the classic Disney bulbous type nose.

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