Showing posts with label Bruce Smith. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bruce Smith. Show all posts

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Bruce Smith: Dr Facilier Flipping Cards



Bruce Smith: Dr Facilier Flipping Cards from Jamaal Bradley on Vimeo.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Kanga & Roo by Bruce Smith: Winne the Pooh

Kanga & Roo by Bruce Smith: Winne the Pooh from Jamaal Bradley on Vimeo.

Sunday, January 1, 2012

Piglet by Bruce Smith




Animation test of Piglet by Bruce Smith from the new Winnie the Pooh movie!

Thursday, June 2, 2011

Bruce Smith: Facilier PATF #2







I love the simplicity of this test and how the timing is varied on all aspects of Facilier's body. Good Stuff

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Bruce Smith on Creating Dr Facilier

Bruce Smith is on of my favorite animators and having access to him is one of the giant bonuses of working at Disney. I found this clip where he discusses how he came up with the look and movement for the villain of Princess and the Frog; Dr Facilier. This is not a pencil test, but I thought it fit in very nicely to the site. We all love animation and the skill it takes to create it, so hearing a little more insight always inspires those of us who are animators, aspiring animators, and people love it in general.

-enjoy

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Princess and the Frog: FIRST UNSEEN PENCIL TESTS

These are animations that Matt Williames animated on Princess and the Frog. Matt was gracious enough to allow me to post them on PTD before he put them on his personal site. Everyone here thanks you Matt and the work is fantastic!

Thank you again

PFROG Pencil Test 01 from handdrawn on Vimeo.




PFROG Pencil Test 02 from handdrawn on Vimeo.

Matt Williames: Lawrence
Bruce Smith: Facilier

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Bruce Smith & Team: Pacha from Emperors New Groove

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I had a few moments to re read the emails (between unpacking) and view the links people I have sent. I have replied to them all but I cant figure out why they are getting kicked back. Anyway one link was this collection of Pacha animation. Bruce Smith was the supervising animator of Pacha so I am sure this a collection of his work and the guys/gals who worked with him. Bruce is definitely one of my favorite animators and one of the reasons why I am still animating to this day. I was hoping to gets some clearer versions of is work, but this is a great start. Thanks again for the donation!

oh and thank you guys for the support.