23 4 / 2014

skunkandburningtires:

Tom Hiddleston sings Bear Necessities!

23 4 / 2014

(Source: wardkimball)

23 4 / 2014

(Source: wardkimball)

23 4 / 2014

The Latin American stars of Walt Disney’s The Three Caballeros (1944).

(Source: fortunecookied)

23 4 / 2014

Vintage posters for Walt Disney’s The Three Caballeros (1944).

21 4 / 2014

Cute Disney Coffee Cups

Chip, Hunny Pot, Ariel, Stitch, Pooh, Mickey

21 4 / 2014

Vintage Disneyland tickets.

21 4 / 2014

Vintage Disneyland postcards. (Someone send me one.)

21 4 / 2014

Vintage Disneyland bags

20 4 / 2014

Xeroxes of Ham Luske’s pencil animation for Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony, The Tortoise and the Hare (1935). Via.

Xeroxes of Ham Luske’s pencil animation for Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony, The Tortoise and the Hare (1935). Via.

20 4 / 2014

Funny Little Bunnies (Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony, 1934)

20 4 / 2014

Funny Little Bunnies (Walt Disney’s Silly Symphony, 1934)

(Source: hedda-hopper, via hip-hip-poohray)

20 4 / 2014

skunkandburningtires:

5 Fun Facts about Olaf’s Origins
1. In very early versions of the movie, Olaf was supposed to be one of the first guards of Elsa’s castle when the concept of Elsa controlling a legion of menacing snowmen was still in the story. (via)
2. Olaf originally had a snow globe, but there were too many visual symbols throughout the movie, so it was cut out. (via)
3. When the story team was developing the character of Olaf, the possibilities were endless. It was when they asked, “How would a snowman think?” that they found Olaf: pure, simple, innocent. His humor ultimately comes from the simple way he thinks. (via)
4. There was a point during movie making where the storyboard artists and writers were unsure if Olaf would remain. (via)
5. The filmmakers developed a new software called Spaces to aid artists in deconstructing Olaf and rebuilding him as part of the animation process. (via)
Photo by puppiesaretoocute

skunkandburningtires:

5 Fun Facts about Olaf’s Origins

1. In very early versions of the movie, Olaf was supposed to be one of the first guards of Elsa’s castle when the concept of Elsa controlling a legion of menacing snowmen was still in the story. (via)

2. Olaf originally had a snow globe, but there were too many visual symbols throughout the movie, so it was cut out. (via)

3. When the story team was developing the character of Olaf, the possibilities were endless. It was when they asked, “How would a snowman think?” that they found Olaf: pure, simple, innocent. His humor ultimately comes from the simple way he thinks. (via)

4. There was a point during movie making where the storyboard artists and writers were unsure if Olaf would remain. (via)

5. The filmmakers developed a new software called Spaces to aid artists in deconstructing Olaf and rebuilding him as part of the animation process. (via)

Photo by puppiesaretoocute

20 4 / 2014

John Lounsbery’s animation for King Louie from The Jungle Book (1967).

John Lounsbery’s animation for King Louie from The Jungle Book (1967).

20 4 / 2014

Character studies for King Louie from The Jungle Book (1967).

Character studies for King Louie from The Jungle Book (1967).