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    Toy Story Woody and Buzz Lightyear Concept Drawings Group of 2 (Disney/Pixar, 1995). "You've got a friend in me!" Toy Story was the first CGI feature and introduced a whole new approach to animated movies. Its lead characters Woody and Buzz became synonymous with the notion of best friends. Presented are a pair of original concept drawings of the two from the production of this groundbreaking Disney/Pixar collaboration. The first drawing features Woody laying on Andy's bed. The character measures 4" x 4" and is drawn in graphite. The second drawing features Buzz as he battles Zurg's evil robots. This action-packed scene is rendered in graphite and blue pencil and fills the page. Both pieces are in 15.5" x 13.5" frames under glass. Woody has a mat opening of 8" x 5" and Buzz has 10" x 8". The art shows minor handling and condition is Very Good. Frames are sold as-is.

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