segunda-feira, 11 de abril de 2011

The 101 Dalmatians - Color Keys

Below is a collection of Walt Peregoy's art for the 101 Dalmatians film.

He was the color stylist and you can see his work discussed in greater depth in the Cartoon Modern book.

"To this day, Walt Peregoy's color styling on 101 Dalmatians (1961) remains a fine example of how color can be used creatively in animation while serving more than a merely decorative function
- Amid Amidi (Modern Animation Authority)

He was the painter on Sleeping Beauty (1959) and worked at The Sword in the Stone (1963), Mary Poppins (1964) and finally The Jungle Book (1967).

After several years working at Hanna-Barbera, he returned to WED Enterprises (1977 - 1983) being responsible for the architectural facades, sculptures, fountains, show rides and murals for The Land and Journey Into Imagination pavilions durginf the design of Epcot Center.

Do you recognize this one? It's up there in the title of our blog! 

You can see him (along with Marc Davis, who worked at 101 Dalmatians too) as 1 of the 4 featured artists in Disney's Four Artists Paint One Tree documentary*.

* "Four Artists Paint One Tree" (16:08) is a Sleeping Beauty Extra on SD-DVD Disc 2. It's a 1958 featurette that has four Disney artists (Marc Davis, Eyvind Earle, Joshua Meador, and Walt Peregoy) painting the same tree, each showing their own personal style. Walt Disney himself encourages each to "be themselves." 

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