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Mar 9, 2006

Animation Art Part 2

So right after my last post on animation art, I stumbled onto another great animation art site, The Animation Art Gallery (Thanks to Amid Amidi at Cartoon Modern).

Despite the size of the gallery I managed to pick out a few future pieces I'd love to own.







Lady and the Tramp is one of my favorite Disney films, and I just finished geeking out on the new DVD, so these immediately caught my eye.









Especially this story panel signed by Joe Grant!



I particularily like story/concept art and maquettes the most, but I could go for some animation cels (Especially if they were from some of my favorite animated shorts like, "The Band Concert (1935)", and "What's Opera, Doc? (1957)"). Naturally I can assume that those cels are quite rare and therefore quite pricey. Oh well...

"When you wish upon a star..."

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