This is an in-depth look at the making of Walt Disney's 'Hercules.' The first chapter includes interviews with the film's directors and the artists who helped to create 'Hercules'; chapter two examines the innovative animation process the film used and how the artists were able to marry the new style with the more familiar traditions of Disney animation; chapter three is an explanation of the 'Neo-Greco-Disney-Scarfian style' that the artists created; the final chapters examine the concepts behind animation and how everyone from artists to actors work together to create the finished product. Included throughout are illustrations such as cels, sketches, line drawings and storyboards to give insight into the animation process. Key words: Walt Disney; animation; cartoon; feature film; animation process; film production; sketch art; storyboards; Ancient Greek myths and legends

Item number 26782
Category Book
Type Cartoons
Dimensions oversized
Language English
Country of origin USA
Related people Stephen Rebello (author)
Jane Healey (author)

Part of the Robin Allan Collection