[SLEEPING BEAUTY] (1959) ORIGINAL WALT DISNEY PRODUCTION DRAWING OF KING HUBERT, 15.5 X 12.5, in red and graphite pencil, on animation paper, three peg holes at bottom, numbered 10 in pencil lower right, no fold line, a few minor creases, otherwise in fine condition.
"Sleeping Beauty," the 1959 Walt Disney full length motion picture, introduced King Hubert the father of Prince Phillips. John Lounsbery, one of Disney' Nine Old Men was the Directing Animator for both the King Hubert and King Stefan characters. Marc Davis, the head animator would continue the development process.
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. King Hubert is looking very sly with a big grin in this drawing and he is centered and is sized 7 x 8.
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 animator’s desk or light table, depending on which is being used.
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