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    Shrek Character Development Drawings (Dreamworks, 2001). Dreamworks Studio's Shrek franchise has generated four hit feature-length animated films, several TV specials, a Broadway play, and various spin-off features. This is a series of four character development drawings of Shrek's hands in various poses: holding a cup, writing, holding a fork, and laying down flat. You can see the depth that goes into bringing an animated character to life. This is a pretty historic lot, and very little Shrek artwork has made it to the marketplace as it was a primarily computer-animated film. The drawings are in graphite with red highlights on 12 field 3-peghole animation paper. Nice large 8"-10" images. In Fine condition.

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    June, 2016
    11th-12th Saturday-Sunday
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