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    Peter Pan Shadow Box Framed Storyboard Sequence (Walt Disney, 1953). "He's Here!" is the major theme of this sequence. This is a series of 16 early thumbnail storyboard sketches of the scene where Peter Pan first meets Wendy, Michael, and John. Each is a 3" x 2" panel cut and taped to a 16 field animation page. Dialogue is hand-written on the animation paper underneath each panel. Creatively displayed by thumbtacking the entire page to a well-used corkboard and then shadow boxing it. One of the most unique presentations of this type of artwork we have ever seen! It truly captures the spirit and feel of the art of storyboarding. Graphite and Conte crayon. Yellow tape on each of the 16 drawings. Wood frame with glass front. Very rare rough thumbnail sketches in Very Good Condition.

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    July, 2014
    1st-2nd Tuesday-Wednesday
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