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storybrooke:

Such wonderful things around you, what more are you looking for?

penciltests:

Here’s a great article about The Little Mermaid and an interesting interview with Glen Keane.
The most interesting part is this little tidbit:

I’m just about to start a little company. Glen Keane Productions. I’m starting very small with animation, drawings and the like. I’m about to start working on a new project that I really can’t start talking about yet. But I’ve got some ideas.

Can’t wait to see what he comes up with!

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penciltests:

Here’s a great article about The Little Mermaid and an interesting interview with Glen Keane.

The most interesting part is this little tidbit:

I’m just about to start a little company. Glen Keane Productions. I’m starting very small with animation, drawings and the like. I’m about to start working on a new project that I really can’t start talking about yet. But I’ve got some ideas.

Can’t wait to see what he comes up with!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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disneylove2799:

I REMEMBER THIS EPISODE LIKE IT WAS YESTERDAY 

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The Art of Ariel

stevethompson-art:

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Now that the “Art of Ariel” collection is out at Disney Stores, I thought I would share the original pencil sketches I did that helped inspire some of the product out now

petitetiaras:

Remember that episode where Ariel met Hans Christian Andersen? Then he was inspired to write a story about Ariel. His story inspired Disney to make a film and then the TV show that was loosely based on the movie, which was loosely based on the book. It’s Mer-ception.

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thelittlemermaid:

Animator Glen Keane studied footage of swimming seals to draw Ariel’s graceful, underwater movements.

thelittlemermaid:

Animator Glen Keane studied footage of swimming seals to draw Ariel’s graceful, underwater movements.

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omfg i need this too!!!!!!!!!!

omfg i need this too!!!!!!!!!!

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