Leonardo da Disney

Low, David
January 1942
New Republic;1/5/42, Vol. 106 Issue 1, p16
Presents information on Walt Disney, film producer of animated cartoons. Information that Disney organized the experts and with specialized animators, better draftsmanship, color and multiplication of the number of drawings per foot soon pushed the art first to tuppenny comic, and then to threepenny; Statement that at his studio he employs hundreds of artists to do the work; View that he used his brain in the improvement of new expressions in cartoons.


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