Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Milt Kahl Day

Here is the second part of the King Hubert animation.  The first part was posted a little while ago.
I will post the 3rd part soon.  Enjoy!


  1. This might be a dumb question, but aren't these Milt's cleaned up pencils? They look extremely tight.

  2. Hi Sandro, the only thing to say is "Amazing"!!! Pure Art!!! I always loved the animation in this movie, and the character design as well! Great inspiration starting the day! Thanks

  3. I gotta say, I love these posts. I literally have saved all of them and setting them as my wallpaper. I'm a bit curious if you're putting these more layed out pages together or if that's just how you have them originally. I ask because the few that you've posted as separate images, I've opened as different tabs in Firefox and been able to flip through them which has been really cool.

  4. Hi man!
    Thnaks for posting this amazing art!
    Sleeping Beauty is one of my favorites!! By the way, what project after Pricness and the Frog are you working on?

  5. Thank you so much for the post, Milt is a huge inspiration to me and its great to be able to see these drawings.

  6. Hi all,

    To answer a few questions, these are cleaned up drawings that was done over Milt's roughs. Unfortunately I do not know who the cleanup artist was.

    I put these together myself as a way to have a quick way to study it when I needed it instead of flipping a stack of drawings.

    I am working at the moment on a new 2D short that will be included as a bonus on the Kung Fu Panda 2 DVD.

  7. As always..thanks for posting these Sandro. I save them as well and have them posted all over my office wall at Disney. Great inspiration and I will sit and look at them to remind my self to make my poses work at ALL times!

    see you soon


  8. Floyd Norman might know who the clean-up artist was on this scene. (Floyd worked on "Sleeping Beauty" , although he was on the Fairy unit, however I expect he might remember who was the lead clean-up for Milt's scenes on King Hubert)