Ink and paint disney book

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ink and paint disney book

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Published 06.01.2019

Book Trailer - Ink & Paint by Mindy Johnson (Disney Editions)

In the early part of the twentieth century, women had a limited choice of occupations. If they were not working as dressmakers, teachers, domestic service workers or nurses they were housewives and mothers.

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Uh-oh, it looks like your Internet Explorer is out of date. For a better shopping experience, please upgrade now. Javascript is not enabled in your browser. Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. Learn how to enable JavaScript on your browser. From the earliest origins of animated imagery, the colorful link between paper and screen was created by legions of female artists working on the slick surface of celluloid sheets. With calligraphic precision and Rembrandtesque mastery, these women painstakingly brought pencil drawings to vibrant, dimensional life.

When I say this is a Disney history book, what I really mean is that this is a Disney history textbook. However, it also highlights other women that played key roles in any capacity at the studio. The book is full of anecdotal stories about life at the studio, not just for women but even some about men, too. There are a few charming Walt stories I had never heard before, like the one where a dog followed him into the studio coffee shop. As progressive as Walt and his studio were towards women, these were also sexist times and there are some powerful messages about the glass ceiling and the struggles these artists faced to break through.

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A First Printing Signed by the Author. Book and dustjacket in Mint condition! The result of five years of research, Mindy kept expanding this book as she discovered new material. But more than that, the book covers women working in all artistic capacities at Disney from the s to the present. Women were employed at Disney as animators, assistant animators, in-betweeners, and concept artists as far back as the s, but their stories have never been told until now. Nearly oversize

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