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Animator Showcase: Glen Keane

For this week, I wanted to showcase some of the many examples of a legendary animator who you may recognize some of his work at Disney during the 80s - 90s.

The legendary Glen Keane!

Glen Keane has done a wide variety of character animation at Walt Disney Animation Studios and here is a showcase of the many works he has done!

The Rescuers (1977)

Character Animation for Penny

The Fox and the Hound (1981)

Supervising Animator for The Bear

The Chipmunk Adventure (1987)

Animator / Storyboard Artist

The Great Mouse Detective (1986)

Supervising Animator for Professor Ratigan

Oliver & Company (1988)

Supervising Animator for Fagin, Georgette, Sykes & Jenny

The Little Mermaid (1989)

Character Designer / Supervising Animator for Ariel

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The Rescuers Down Under (1990)

Storyboard Artist / Supervising Animator / Character Designer for Maruhute

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Beauty and the Beast (1991)

Supervising Animator for The Beast

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The transformation sequence is my absolute favourite scenes that Glen Keane ever did!

Aladdin (1992)

Supervising Animator for Aladdin

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Pocahontas (1995)

Supervising Animator / Character Designer for Pocahontas

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Tarzan (1999)

Supervising Animator for Tarzan

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Treasure Planet (2002)

Supervising Animator for Long John Silver

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Tangled (2010)

Animation Supervisor / Character Designer for Rapunzel

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Duet (2014)

Director / Animator

My childhood in 3 minutes ❤

Taken from idrancor3 on YouTube. Here’s the link: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=RYbCQowcjw0

You think you can’t enjoy classic literature.

Overheard a girl say she hated her literature class. She thinks that the stories are outdated and nobody can relate to them anymore.

Imma ‘bout to drop knowledge in here.


Taming of the Shrew by William Shakespeare


Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare


Hamlet by William Shakespeare


Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare


Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen


Emma by Jane Austen


Oliver Twist by Charles Dickens 


Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw


The Odyssey by Homer


You’ve been enjoying classic literature without even knowing it!

Fashions differ, societies vary, and our technology has advanced, but humans are essentially the same when it comes to stories. We enjoy a good love story. We understand pain and loss. We laugh at blunders. We root for the hero. We wish for a happy ending. Don’t disregard something just because it is “old.”

the signs as obscure disney women
  • aries: franny robinson (meet the robinsons)
  • taurus: miss bianca (the rescuers)
  • gemini: georgette (oliver & company)
  • cancer: big mama (the fox & the hound)
  • leo: abby mallard (chicken little)
  • virgo: shanti (the jungle book)
  • libra: celia mae (monsters, inc.)
  • scorpio: colette tatou (ratatouille)
  • sagittarius: jane darling (return to neverland)
  • capricorn: captain amelia (treasure planet)
  • aquarius: roxanne (a goofy movie)
  • pisces: olivia flaversham (the great mouse detective)
Underrated Animated Movies

Bolt:

Originally posted by the-light-of-animation

Treasure Planet:

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Cat Soup:

Originally posted by fiftyoneten

The Last Unicorn:

Originally posted by obsessedwithwriting

Swan Princess:

Originally posted by capt-johnsmith

The Cat Returns:

Originally posted by studioghiblishy

The Lion King 2:

Originally posted by love-and-dinosaurs-blog

Oliver and Company:

Originally posted by bellemode

All Dogs Go To Heaven:

Originally posted by captainamelia

UPDATE: Now with labels for each film.

I know life can be hard...

I know that there are low moments,

Moments that make you want to cry. 

It might feel like everything is over, 

And that you have lost. 

I know there are times you want to give up, 

And just let go,  

But remember that it gets better.

There will be happy moments, 

Moments that make you want to dance, 

Moments that make you want to laugh, 

Or hug, 

Or just smile. 

But either way, it does get better!

So feel sad, it’s ok. 

But don’t forget to be happy. 

There are people that love you (like me)! 

Embrace your wonderfully brilliant flaws, 

Do something that’s terrifying, 

Maybe just do a dance, 

Or even just climb out of bed. 

Either way, remember that it does get better. Wait to see it.