BEAUTY] (1959) ORIGINAL WALT DISNEY PRODUCTION DRAWING OF BRIAR ROSE, HER PEASANT DISGUISE, 12.5 X 22, in graphite pencil, on
animation paper, four peg holes at bottom, numbered 123 in
pencil lower right, center fold line but can be easily framed with no fold line, a few creases, otherwise in fine condition.
"Sleeping Beauty," the 1959 Walt Disney full length motion
picture, introduced Princess Aurora and her peasant disguise Briar Rose, both developed by Tom Oreb,
the character on the famed Hollywood actress
Audrey Hepburn. Marc
Davis, the head animator would continue the development process and, in the
case of this drawing, he adds a small key chart on the side that indicated the
beginning and ending of the movement as well as an indicator as to the speed in
the timeline. Production drawings with a key are usually done by the lead
animator. "Sleeping Beauty," is based on a fairy tale created between
1330 and 1344 and published in multiple versions over the centuries. The
story involves a beautiful princess, a sleeping enchantment, and a handsome
prince. These drawings
are uniformly sized and It takes a single drawing for every frame of the film.
Briar Rose is looking happy with a big smile in this drawing and she is sized 6 x 3.
Animation paper has perforations at the
bottom to accommodate fitting on an animators peg
bar. The peg bar is an animation tool used in traditional cel
animation to keep the drawings in place. The pins in the peg bar match the
holes in the paper. It is attached to the animators desk or light table,
depending on which is being used.
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