Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Jungle Book Pre-Production



This beautiful concept painting from The Jungle Book was virtually unchanged for the final production painting below. Even the placement of the wolfs remained the same. A very atmospheric scene helped by the slightest clouds movement.




After several films with backgrounds that involved black xerox lines, the Disney painters went back to the earlier painting approach from the 1950s. No graphic Dalmatians styling here. Walt Disney asked his crew for a softer look as far as the Jungle Book backgrounds go.






Ken Anderson's character line up, based on Bill Peet's concepts. A pretty nifty group of contrasting personalities. (Shere Khan isn't quite the menace yet, we see in the movie.)




Character maquettes made by studio artists were used in the promotion of the film.




9 comments:

  1. I sure wouldn't mind that maquette setup!!

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  2. Who knows it's just an idea what the movie is going to look like.

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  3. still n°2: Did they add blue filter later to accentuate the night effect to the scene ? The original suggest more daylight ?

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  4. It's another color of the clods wen it's pick it's after sunset the other design is dark blue for the movie thay change the color so it looks perfect.

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  5. Anyway see Walt Peregoy's original color keys?

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    2. Thanks Floyd i will check it out but I like it it's great.

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