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DescriptionThe Little Mermaid Flounder Animation Drawings Group of 10 (Walt Disney, 1989). Flounder comes from a large family, with numerous siblings. His actual name, according to The Evil Manta, is "Guppy Number 35." His exact age is unknown, but he appears to be younger than Ariel who is 16. In this lot we have a superb group of ten animation rough drawings of Flounder, who is not a flounder at all but rather a tropical salt water fish. Flounder measures approximately 4.5" x 4.5" in these drawings. The artwork was drawn in blue pencil on 16 field animation paper. Two of the ten drawings have the animator's timing sheet notations handwritten on the sheets. This artwork is original production art used in the making of The Little Mermaid and thus shows some mild edge wear from normal handling. Corner fold/creases and paper curling. Otherwise, condition is Very Good.
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