Sunday, December 9, 2018

Jungle Book Art at Auction




Here are some wonderful pieces from The Jungle Book that were recently sold at auction. 
The piece above is a cel set up (matching cel with painted background). I don't know who painted this background, but the animation is by Milt Kahl. What I particularly like about the painting is the fact that some dark line work was maintained to match the characters' outlines.
I would call this a quintessential scene from the movie.

Below are a couple of concept paintings by Art Riley, who was one of Disney's great background painters. Google him and you'll find tons of his personal watercolors.






5 comments:

  1. yeah! An added bonus of using lines that way is that you can attract the eye to the focal point, and make a better sense of depth by excluding lines as you get further away

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  3. Knowing me, I save a lot of art from that site, I save on Pintrest.

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