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Thursday, September 11th, 2014

Animation: Casey Strikes Out In Coronet Magazine

Illustration in Coronet Magazine

Today, we present another batch of illustration from late 40s Coronet magazines, including work by Douglass Crockett and Vera Bock. Last time, we featured Bugs Bunny. Today, it’s Casey At The Bat. Enjoy!

Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine

Illustration in Coronet Magazine

CASEY AT THE BAT

Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine
Illustration in Coronet Magazine


Casey At The Bat at YouTube

Thanks to Rich Borowy for sharing these great vintage Coronet magazines with us.

Stephen Worth
Director
Animation Resources

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This posting is part of a series of articles comprising an online exhibit spotlighting Illustration.
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This posting is part of the online Encyclopedia of Cartooning under the subject heading, Animation.

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Inbetweens: “Flowers And Trees” (1932) Cel

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Here is an original cel from Walt Disney’s first color cartoon, “Flowers and Trees” (1932).


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CWEzHE7wn7U

A while back, Micheal Sporn posted an article on how color cartoons were made in the 1930’s, which discusses the Ted Esbaugh short “Goofy Goat Antics” (1933), which sadly only exists in B&W dupe form.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OcOtkXwu8k4

-Nicholas John Pozega

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Inbetweens: Don Graham’s Action Analysis Lectures

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                                                Don Graham

The Don Graham lectures held at Disney during the 1930’s and early 1940’s were some of the most comprehensive studies ever committed to animation.

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                 Gag drawing of Graham’s lectures, by Jack Kinney

Many of these lectures can be found in written form, courtesy of Hans Perk’s A Film LA.

AFilmLA: Don Graham Studio Talks

-Nicholas John Pozega