Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: The Art and Creation of Walt Disney's Classic Animated Film
In 1933, Walt Disney was a rising star in the world of animation, just beginning to become a household name. Ambitious new ideas emerged from the Disney studio on a regular basis, and the film world waited eagerly to see what the creative young filmmaker would do next. The answer surprised them... show more
In 1933, Walt Disney was a rising star in the world of animation, just beginning to become a household name. Ambitious new ideas emerged from the Disney studio on a regular basis, and the film world waited eagerly to see what the creative young filmmaker would do next. The answer surprised them all: a full-length animated feature film, based on the traditional tale Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. The production took three years and the talents of many of Hollywood’s top artists . . . and, of course, created one of the best-loved classics of all time. This book, based on a ground-breaking exhibition of both familiar and never-before-seen art from the Walt Disney Animation Research Library, walks the reader scene by scene through the movie, accompanying the art with behind-the-scenes stories about the film’s production. The book features over 200 pieces of art, many reproduced from original concept sketches, background paintings, and production cels, as well as alternate character concepts, deleted scenes, and step-by-step process shots.
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Snow White isn't even my favorite Disney movie. Sleeping Beauty and Beauty and the Beast are much stronger contenders. I would be absolutely thrilled to see them get the same treatment that Snow White gets here.This book is absolutely full of art from every stage of the development of Snow White: co...
Too cool. Love it. Gave it to my partner who is really into Disney art, especially the wicked queens. He loves it.A must for anyone who is into Disney artwork, especially the classic animated features.
When I first found out about this book celebrating the 75th anniversary of Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, I knew I had to have it because the movie has a very special place in my Disney fangirl heart. As an avid Disney (and animation) fan, and the granddaughter of a woman who loved a...