Suite of 19 original drawings representative of some of the most classic moments in Animation history.
Paul Carlson began working on Disney's Lady and the Tramp in 1954 as an in betweener and advanced to assistant animator by 1959.
During this time he also illustrated six How to Draw books for Disney. Paul did work with UPA, Quartet Films and Chuck Jones Productions throughout the 1960s. After incorporating as Paul Carlson Cartoons he did Disney film strips, science and flight instruction films and over one hundred TV commercials featuring Mr. Magoo as a spokesman for various products.
Since 1998 Paul has been giving cartoon drawing lessons at art schools and galleries throughout the United States and Australia.
One of a kind production animation cels with original production hand drawing and laser background. These cels were used in the actual production of the following films: Aladdin, Little Mermaid, Pinocchio, Thumbelina and The Three Musketeers by Golden Films.
Traditional animation, sometimes also called cel animation or hand-drawn animation, is the oldest and historically the most popular form of animation. In a traditionally-animated cartoon, each frame is drawn by hand. While cels may be beautiful examples of technical draftsmanship, it is often argued that animation drawings represent the "true art" of the animated film. The terms "clean-up" and "rough" are often used to refer to the line quality of a drawing.
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