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As the Walt Disney Studio entered its first decade and embarked on some of the most ambitious animated films of the time Disney hired a group of concept artists whose sole mission was to explore ideas and inspire their fellow animators They Drew as They Pleased showcases four of these early pioneers and features artwork developed by them for the Disney shorts from the 1930s incl. Honestly this book isn't that great to me While the book is printed on excellent pages and the color is great I found it lacking The cover art shows Snow White so I expected known Disney titles I suppose the title does say hidden so I should've known the art would be from obscure projects that are pretty much unknown to most This book is mainly for people who are way into Disney artist and remember this is from the Golden Age so there aren't many illustrations from canon I think just some Pinocchio and Snow White There are some really neat dragon illustrations that I enjoyed Otherwise meh Shadrin on some 青春攻略本 第1巻 [Seishun Kouryakuhon, Vol. 01] (Manual to Teenage Life, of the most ambitious animated films Lilac Hill of the time Disney hired a group My Prince of concept artists whose sole mission was to explore ideas and inspire their fellow animators They Drew as They Pleased showcases four Ike of these early pioneers and features artwork developed by them for the Disney shorts from the 1930s incl. Honestly this book isn't that great to me While the book is printed Haunted on excellent pages and the color is great I found it lacking The cover art shows Snow White so I expected known Disney titles I suppose the title does say hidden so I should've known the art would be from Flower In The Palace obscure projects that are pretty much unknown to most This book is mainly for people who are way into Disney artist and remember this is from the Golden Age so there aren't many illustrations from canon I think just some Pinocchio and Snow White There are some really neat dragon illustrations that I enjoyed Otherwise meh

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Uding many unproduced projects as well as for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Pinocchio and some early work for later features such as Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan Introducing new biographical material about the artists and including largely unpublished artwork from the depths of the Walt Disney Archives and the Disney Animation Research Library this volume offers a window. I’ve been following Disney historian Didier Ghez since the mid 2000s when he first started writing about old style Walt Disney Studio goodness on his blog Disney History It was delightful to find that his labors have brought forth a fancy coffee table style book of vintage Disney studio art – the first of a series The handsome 2015 hardback They Drew As They Pleased The Hidden Art of Disney’s Golden Age – The 1930s pays homage to overlooked artists who worked at the Disney studio in its prime They Drew As They Pleased gives a new spin to a familiar subject shedding light on four particular artists with mini biographies and a host of previously unpublished artwork Even for those well versed in what the Disney studio was working on in the ’30s – Mickey Mouse cartoons Silly Symphonies shorts the features Snow White Pinocchio and Fantasia – there’s a lot of surprises within Although the idea of using “concept artists” in film and TV production is pretty common today back in the ’30s it was pretty rare Indeed Walt Disney was the first animation producer to realize the potential of hiring imaginative artists strictly for the purpose of inspiring the look and feel of the final product The projects that these artists worked on included not just the classics listed above but also films not released until much later Peter Pan Alice in Wonderland and Cinderella and shelved projects Ballet de Fleurs Streubel Peter Japanese SymphonyThe artists profiled in They Drew As They Pleased The Hidden Art of Disney’s Golden Age – The 1930s are pretty fascinating especially given that I was familiar with just one the brilliant Gustaf Tenggren They are –• Albert Hurter 1883 1942 Disney’s first story artist Hurter’s imaginative spontaneous pencil drawings provided visual flair to many a Mickey Mouse and Silly Symphony cartoon Some of his stuff reproduced here pushes the limits going in a surreal Dr Seuss like direction Hurter’s life story was as uniue as his talent Disney kept him on the payroll even as failing health had him in a convalescent home• Ferdinand Horvath 1891 1973 lent his wide ranging abilities to layouts animation gag drawings illustration at the studio over a period of several years Horvath had had a tempestuous relationship with Disney although it doesn’t show in his whimsical kinetic and polished work• Gustaf Tenggren 1896 1970 Like Hurter Gustaf Tenggren was an eccentric European expat whose visual flair left its mark on a variety of Disney productions Most significantly his gorgeous production art brought an immersive Old World sensibility to Snow White and Pinocchio That celebrated art is reproduced here along with some fascinating storyboard art and production studies Tenggren’s bio like Hurter’s reveals a fascinating uirky life will someone do a long form bio on this guy I’d snap it up• Bianca Majolie 1900 1997 Besting Mary Blair by a few years Majolie was Disney’s first female concept artist A classmate of Walt’s from Chicago Majolie endeared herself to Disney by contributing a feminine touch to a handful of short subjects a few of which went unreleased in the late ’30s Unfortunately the overtly macho atmosphere in Disney’s story department prompted Majolie to resign in 1940 Too bad – based on this book her work was delightful They Drew As They Pleased The Hidden Art of Disney’s Golden Age – The 1930s was published in 2015 by Chronicle A follow up volume the fir Dancer of the Nile (The Gods of Egypt, of the Walt Disney Archives and the Disney Animation Research Library this volume Wreck of the Nebula Dream offers a window. 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Into the most inspiring work created by the best Disney artists during the studio's early golden ageThey Drew as They Pleased is the first in what promises to be a revealing and fascinating series of books about Disney's largely unexamined concept artists with six volumes spanning the decades between the 1930s and 1990s Copyright ©2015 Disney Enterprises Inc All rights reserved. What a fascinating look into the personal and work lives of several of Disney’s early artists The biographies alone are terrific but coupled with the art was just beyond terrific Anybody who enjoys history art animation and of course Disney should check out this book 青春攻略本 第1巻 [Seishun Kouryakuhon, Vol. 01] (Manual to Teenage Life, of books about Disney's largely unexamined concept artists with six volumes spanning the decades between the 1930s and 1990s Copyright ©2015 Disney Enterprises Inc All rights reserved. What a fascinating look into the personal and work lives Lilac Hill of several My Prince of Disney’s early artists The biographies alone are terrific but coupled with the art was just beyond terrific Anybody who enjoys history art animation and Ike of course Disney should check Haunted out this book