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#005 ANIMATION ROTOSCOPE DRAWINGS of SNOW WHITE

$300-600

After the party, Snow White sits by the fire and tells the Dwarfs a story. “Once there was a princess and she fell in love.” The Dwarfs are enchanted. This first drawing is where she says, “There’s nobody like him, anywhere at all.” She leans to kiss Bashful in the second drawing. The images are 6” and 7-1/2”, and they are just lovely. What makes them special is they were drawn from the rotoscope frames. A projection device that allows animators to trace live-action footage frame by frame as a guide for their drawings, the rotoscope was used extensively in the making of Snow White, but surviving drawings are seldom seen. Eighteen-year-old dancer Marjorie Belcher, who later became famous as Marge Champion, acted the part of Snow White for the live-action footage. Disney, 1937
Category:
Pre-Production
Unsold Lots:
Available For Sale
Lot Type:
Animation Drawing
From:
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
Studio:
Disney

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