frozen concept

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Oh, whatever you do
Don’t come b a c k for me (x)

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some screencaps of the story boards for Olaf’s frozen adventure i did when i was watchng The making of Frozen: A return to arendelle 

(THEY EVEN SAID THAT FROZEN 2 WILL COME SHORTLY AFTER THE BROADWAY MUSICAL!!!!!)

And just thinking about what this giant Arendelle gingerbread would look like in animated version makes me hungry!

(more: x  x )

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Is it wrong that I like Minkyu Lee’s concepts for Anna and Kristoff better than the ones in the movie? I also really would have loved for Frozen to have been classic animation :/

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“We looked at a lot of reference that had very complex rosemaling [decorative folk art] patterns,” says visual development artist Victoria Ying. “We had to figure out a way to translate it into a more graphic, cartoony world. It was a difficult translation, because you wanted to keep all characteristics but still make it feel caricatured and readable.”

Development artist Jean Gillmore, who worked on costumes and compares her job to “running a virtual wardrobe department,” continues: “They have to be able to construct the outfits in the modeling. Then there’s the simming (short for simulating, creating believable texture and movement), which is the fabrics: How do they move? What are the actual materials, down to buttons, trim, and stitching? I don’t know if this level of detail has ever been done on an animated picture.”

The Art of Disney’s Frozen, Charles Solomon

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Drawing Elsa with the help of my buddy Puppet! Last video of the year! He went through some major surgery haha.