Friday, May 9, 2008

Seeing The Future...

A friend sent me these Stills from the upcoming films of Walt Disney Animation Studios and Pixar Animation Studios...

These are some of the tease images that John Lasseter and crew let the press see at their announcement of future animated pictures from both the Mouse and the Lamp.

Here is a character shot from "Bolt"...



And this is a scene featuring Tiana and friend from "The Princess and the Frog" talking to Louis, an Aligator with a thing for Jazz...



Next we have a nice shot of the house of the old man in "UP" floating away...



Lastly, we have a character sheet of some of the clan in "The Bear and the Bow"...

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looking good...

Rosalba said...

Dear Honor!
I'm Rosalba from Italy! Do you remember me? I writed to you last year! How are you?

I love this pics... I think "The Bear and the Bow" looks very beautiful... I'm excited to see the first Pixar fairy tale!

Louis in "The Princess and the Frog" is too cool! I love the look of this movie!

Bolt is fantastic! wow! I love this dog...

Very beautiful also the house of Up!

Honor, do you know something about Rapunzel? I read your articles and I read that this movie is going beyond your expectations... could you tell me something?

Thank you very much!

See you soon.

Anonymous said...

Is your friend supposed to be releasing this art this early? Couldn't they get in trouble with Disney for this?

zeus mccallister said...

It was already screened for the press. They took pics. It's just not gotten much coverage on the net yet.

blue SKy Disney Adminstrator said...

The above comments have been reapplied from previous dates. Sorry for the deletion, it was not the blog that did this error.

olegc said...

so am I to assume the press was under non-disclosure if they asked you to remove the pics (which I had seen on three other websites)? interesting...

blue Sky Disney Adminstrator said...

Apparently so. I guess Disney's lawyers haven't gotten around to finding those "other" sites or maybe we here at BSD are more famous than we thought?