Milt Kahl did mostly clean up drawings on the Prince in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
This guy was even more difficult to draw than the film's title character. As soon as the team found out about Milt's power of subtle draughtsmanship... as Milt himself put it:
"I got stuck with the clean up job on the guy." Needless to say he didn't enjoy this assignment at all. But he knew his superb artistry was needed to pull this character off.
Next is a Pinocchio drawing he did for a Les Clark scene.
A great doodle sheet featuring Thumper. Let's call 422 and see who answers.
A great sketch of adolescent Bambi. Still, I am not 100% sure if the head turn works with this definition of the neck.
I loove this scene of a cow turning away from camera in the 1950 short film The Brave Engineer.
There is no way you can animate a scene like this one in a more entertaining way.
The weights shifting is what it's all about!
Earlier I posted a drawing from this scene here:
Milt's final model for Alice.
But who is this lucky Evangelina person ??
Ok, I just googled her, she was a famous Mexican actress:
One of Milt's Peter Pan roughs, clearly based on live action footage.
This is a sketch Milt did for a Frank Thomas scene.
Look at the beautiful curvature of the dog's spine, supporting a roll over position.
My thanks again to Wil for providing hi/res scans of these stunning drawings.