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DescriptionThe Black Cauldron Character Development Concept Art by Marc Davis Group of 6 (Walt Disney, 1985). Marc Davis, a Disney Legend Inductee and one of "Walt's Nine Old Men," was brought in by producer Joe Hale to help Eric Larson's team of new recruits to animate The Black Cauldron. This is a series of six 16 field 3-peghole character development studies of witches Orddu (two head studies with a slight bit of added red penciling, 5.25" and 6.5"); Orgoch (three head studies, 4" to 4"); Orwen (two head studies, 4.5" and 3.75"); plus three pages of Creeper (eight head studies, 2.75" to 4"; two full-figure images about 4" each; and one crouching figure, 3"). Overall condition is Very Good, with minor handling wear. From the Joe Hale Collection.
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