Concept art for Alice In Wonderland by Mary Blair

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mydollyaviana:

Tangled end credits

egipciaca:

Brittney Lee drawing Elsa ().

Well we go out to dinner and we talk about ourselves. Our likes and our dislikes. Our interests. A date!

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thingsamylikes:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

Daisy tells it like it is.

thedisneyseries:

Disney postcard 1979.
“Jiminy Cricket finds that even the littlest guy can have a giant appetite for the tasty sweets offered in the candy shop on Main Street U.S.A.”

thedisneyseries:

Disney postcard 1979.

“Jiminy Cricket finds that even the littlest guy can have a giant appetite for the tasty sweets offered in the candy shop on Main Street U.S.A.”

Visual Development from The Jungle Book by Walt Peregoy

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thedisneyseries:

Amazing Disney sand sculptures @ Blankenberge Sand Sculpture Festival 2011

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A pretty plot for fairy tales, Sire. But in real life, oh, no. No, it was foredoomed to failure.

Failure, eh? Ha-ha! Take a look at *that*, you pompous windbag!

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It doesn’t matter if it’s a relationship, a lifestyle, or a job. If it doesn’t make you happy let it go.

william chapman (via williamchapmanwritings)

witchctiw:

Monet’s garden

witchctiw:

Monet’s garden

Princess Affirmations

tonywda:

I think doing voice work for animation is probably acting in its purest, most ancient form. It’s a bit like the [ancient] Greek form of acting, where they had masks on. In our case, the mask is the animator’s drawings.

— James Earl Jones (The Making of “The Lion King”, 1994)