Sunday, August 6, 2017

Let the Match Begin!

Another great Milt Kahl scene from the film Bedknobs and Broomsticks.
The King is getting rid of his royal coat as he announces the start of the soccer game.
A couple of steps forward and a hop at the end help to punch the dialogue' accents.
And what great treatment on the folds of that coat. The way Milt draws and times its overlapping action gives the coat a real sense of weight. 


  1. Andreas, i saw your interview on the bonus dvd of Lillo and Stich wen you're showing the drawing of Lillo holding a big fishe by Chris Sanders, it's at you house Andreas ?, you have a big library I like that I like art books, so if I buy the book of "The Nine Old Men" on Amazon the money goes to you ? If I buy the book.

  2. I will buy the book of The Nine Old Men on Amazon with my mom, I'm 23 years-old but she told me not to buy stuff on Amazon wen she at work, so I have to wait tonight so I will buy the book, it's difficult to be independent.

  3. Bedknobs and Broomsticks is a great movie. The kids in this moive kinda reminds me of the Darling children from Peter Pan

    Jeremy LE LAY, I probably know how you're feeling. I don't buy stuff from Amazon 'cause I'm too scared to use it*, so I got my copy of The Nine Old Men book from Saxo, a Danish online bookshop

    *couldn't help myself quoting Frank Sinatra from Anchors Aweigh, :P as it was the best way to emphasize my problems