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DescriptionBambi Faline Concept Drawing (Walt Disney, 1942). Bambi encounters Faline the second time as a young adult and instantly becomes "twitterpated". Disney Legends, Frank Thomas and Ollie Johnston wrote the book on this classic feature entitled Walt Disney's Bambi - The Story and the Film (1990). It explores in great detail the incredible amount of effort and study that went into the making of this film and the life-like movements of it's characters. Presented here is an original pastel concept/storyboard drawing of Bambi's comely love intrest Faline. It's a magnificent rendering with a character image of 4" x 6" on a trimmed 5.25 x 6.75" paper. This lovely lady deer had very limited screen time and images of this quality from the early stage in the making of this film are especially rare. The piece shows handling, pin holes and edge wear. Condition is very good.
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