Made in 1953, Walt Disney's Peter Pan was the studio's last ever animated feature film where all nine of the original core animators worked together; described as “Disney’s Nine Old Men” by Walt since their very first film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).
This cel or celluloid would have been used in the original production process after an animators' original drawing was traced onto a sheet of transparent plastic and hand-painted in colour. It would have then been projected in front of the rare, original hand-painted background via a multiplane camera to create a minute yet crucial movement in the final film.
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Medium: Mixed Media
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