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    Rick Griffin Animation Art Group (c. 1980s). Group of model drawings and color model cels for an unidentified animation project. Pieces include "Sleeping Mountain on Island" -- two layout sketches in graphite, blue and red pencil, and marker, and one color model cel, 12.5" x 10.5" (initialed on reverse); "Frozen Sun with Earmuffs" -- layout drawing in graphite with blue and red pencil highlights and one color model cel (background signed), 12.5" x 11"; "The Sun Joyously Warming Self," color model cel, 12.5" x 10.5" (background signed); "Toy Boat on Beach" two layout drawings in graphite with blue pencil and one color model cel, 14" x 10.5" (signed); "Happy Erupting Volcano," three layout drawings, one graphite/red pencil, two in graphite and marker with red and blue pencil highlights, plus one color model cel, 10.5" x 17.5" (signed); and "Blowing Wind," pan layout drawing in graphite with red and blue pencil highlights. Color model cels may include several layers of acetate. All are 3-peghole punched animation pieces, in overall Fine condition.

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