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Alive, Amazon, and Bambi: The reason why Bambi (1942) looks so stylistically different than Disney's other works is because entry-level employee Tyrus Wong, an immigrant artist from China, painted sketches of his vision without consulting his supervisors. Walt Disney saw his work and promoted him lead BG artist. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com endromeda: chronographer: wackd: ultrafacts: He was a young artist employed by the Disney studio, but tasked with the entry-level job of finishing off the work of the animators and crafting the “in-between” animations that completed the characters’ movements. Wong had learned that studio executives were creating a film from the new novel, Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Felix Salten. Tom says the young artist read the book and without consulting his supervisor, “took the script and painted some visual concepts to set the mood, color and the design.”  His sketches recalled the lush mountain and forest scenes of Sung dynasty landscape paintings. His initiative paid off. Walt Disney, who was looking for something new for the film, was captivated and personally directed that Wong be promoted. Today, top animators and illustrators revere Wong’s work. Children today are as enchanted by the misty, lyrical brushstrokes of Wong’s colorful nature scenes, inspired by his training at Otis College of Art and self-study of Sung Dynasty art  Source [x] Follow Ultrafacts for more facts HE’S STILL ALIVEHE’S 105 YEARS OLD AND HE’S *STILL FUCKING ALIVE*THIS GUY HELPED MAKE THE FILM THAT MADE ME WANT TO BE A FILMMAKER AND *HE IS STILL ALIVE*AAAAAAAAAAAAAH I met him at a gallery event a number of years ago and, UGH HE IS SO TALENTED AND SO KIND AND ENCOURAGING THERE IS A REASON WE ALL LOVE HIM. Also, my alma. GUYS WTF IS THIS CRAZY TALENTED GUY- HE MAKES KITES TO WOW JUST WOW
Alive, Amazon, and Bambi: The reason why Bambi (1942) looks so
 stylistically different than Disney's other
 works is because entry-level employee Tyrus
 Wong, an immigrant artist from China,
 painted sketches of his vision without
 consulting his supervisors. Walt Disney saw
 his work and promoted him lead BG artist.
 Ultrafacts.tumblr.com
endromeda:

chronographer:

wackd:

ultrafacts:



He was a young artist employed by the Disney studio, but tasked with the entry-level job of finishing off the work of the animators and crafting the “in-between” animations that completed the characters’ movements. Wong had learned that studio executives were creating a film from the new novel, Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Felix Salten. Tom says the young artist read the book and without consulting his supervisor, “took the script and painted some visual concepts to set the mood, color and the design.” 
His sketches recalled the lush mountain and forest scenes of Sung dynasty landscape paintings. His initiative paid off. Walt Disney, who was looking for something new for the film, was captivated and personally directed that Wong be promoted. Today, top animators and illustrators revere Wong’s work. Children today are as enchanted by the misty, lyrical brushstrokes of Wong’s colorful nature scenes, inspired by his training at Otis College of Art and self-study of Sung Dynasty art 
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HE’S STILL ALIVEHE’S 105 YEARS OLD AND HE’S *STILL FUCKING ALIVE*THIS GUY HELPED MAKE THE FILM THAT MADE ME WANT TO BE A FILMMAKER AND *HE IS STILL ALIVE*AAAAAAAAAAAAAH

I met him at a gallery event a number of years ago and, UGH HE IS SO TALENTED AND SO KIND AND ENCOURAGING THERE IS A REASON WE ALL LOVE HIM. Also, my alma.


GUYS WTF IS THIS CRAZY TALENTED GUY- HE MAKES KITES TO WOW JUST WOW

endromeda: chronographer: wackd: ultrafacts: He was a young artist employed by the Disney studio, but tasked with the entry-level job ...

Alive, Amazon, and Bambi: The reason why Bambi (1942) looks so stylistically different than Disney's other works is because entry-level employee Tyrus Wong, an immigrant artist from China, painted sketches of his vision without consulting his supervisors. Walt Disney saw his work and promoted him lead BG artist. Ultrafacts.tumblr.com endromeda: chronographer: wackd: ultrafacts: He was a young artist employed by the Disney studio, but tasked with the entry-level job of finishing off the work of the animators and crafting the “in-between” animations that completed the characters’ movements. Wong had learned that studio executives were creating a film from the new novel, Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Felix Salten. Tom says the young artist read the book and without consulting his supervisor, “took the script and painted some visual concepts to set the mood, color and the design.”  His sketches recalled the lush mountain and forest scenes of Sung dynasty landscape paintings. His initiative paid off. Walt Disney, who was looking for something new for the film, was captivated and personally directed that Wong be promoted. Today, top animators and illustrators revere Wong’s work. Children today are as enchanted by the misty, lyrical brushstrokes of Wong’s colorful nature scenes, inspired by his training at Otis College of Art and self-study of Sung Dynasty art  Source [x] Follow Ultrafacts for more facts HE’S STILL ALIVEHE’S 105 YEARS OLD AND HE’S *STILL FUCKING ALIVE*THIS GUY HELPED MAKE THE FILM THAT MADE ME WANT TO BE A FILMMAKER AND *HE IS STILL ALIVE*AAAAAAAAAAAAAH I met him at a gallery event a number of years ago and, UGH HE IS SO TALENTED AND SO KIND AND ENCOURAGING THERE IS A REASON WE ALL LOVE HIM. Also, my alma. GUYS WTF IS THIS CRAZY TALENTED GUY- HE MAKES KITES TO WOW JUST WOW
Alive, Amazon, and Bambi: The reason why Bambi (1942) looks so
 stylistically different than Disney's other
 works is because entry-level employee Tyrus
 Wong, an immigrant artist from China,
 painted sketches of his vision without
 consulting his supervisors. Walt Disney saw
 his work and promoted him lead BG artist.
 Ultrafacts.tumblr.com
endromeda:

chronographer:

wackd:

ultrafacts:



He was a young artist employed by the Disney studio, but tasked with the entry-level job of finishing off the work of the animators and crafting the “in-between” animations that completed the characters’ movements. Wong had learned that studio executives were creating a film from the new novel, Bambi, A Life in the Woods by Felix Salten. Tom says the young artist read the book and without consulting his supervisor, “took the script and painted some visual concepts to set the mood, color and the design.” 
His sketches recalled the lush mountain and forest scenes of Sung dynasty landscape paintings. His initiative paid off. Walt Disney, who was looking for something new for the film, was captivated and personally directed that Wong be promoted. Today, top animators and illustrators revere Wong’s work. Children today are as enchanted by the misty, lyrical brushstrokes of Wong’s colorful nature scenes, inspired by his training at Otis College of Art and self-study of Sung Dynasty art 
Source [x]
Follow Ultrafacts for more facts

HE’S STILL ALIVEHE’S 105 YEARS OLD AND HE’S *STILL FUCKING ALIVE*THIS GUY HELPED MAKE THE FILM THAT MADE ME WANT TO BE A FILMMAKER AND *HE IS STILL ALIVE*AAAAAAAAAAAAAH

I met him at a gallery event a number of years ago and, UGH HE IS SO TALENTED AND SO KIND AND ENCOURAGING THERE IS A REASON WE ALL LOVE HIM. Also, my alma.


GUYS WTF IS THIS CRAZY TALENTED GUY- HE MAKES KITES TO WOW JUST WOW

endromeda: chronographer: wackd: ultrafacts: He was a young artist employed by the Disney studio, but tasked with the entry-level job ...