Ink and Paint: The Women of Walt Disney Animation HC (2017 Disney Editions) comic books
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By Mindy Johnson.
Walt Disney s pioneering efforts in animation transformed novelty cartoons into visual masterpieces, establishing many firsts for women within the entertainment industry along the way. Focusing on talent, Disney sought female story specialists and concept artists to expand the scope and sensibility of his storytelling. Upon establishing the first animation-training program for women, ink pens were traded for pencils as ladies made their way into the male-laden halls of animation.
From the earliest black-and-white Alice Comedies to the advent of CAPS and digital animation, meet the pioneering women who brought hand-rendered animated stories to vibrant, multicolored life at Walt Disney Studios and beyond.
Hardcover, 9-in. x 12-in., 384 pages, full color.
Cover price $60.00.