Thursday, August 6, 2009

'Princess and the Frog' Pencil Test


Briefly: Here is a short video that was shown at Comic-Con. It is a pencil test for The Princess and the Frog, and, being such, it contains a scene from the movie while showcasing the animation and style, as well. The scene is one from the movie that has yet to be seen, and is very interesting (especially to the animation enthusiast like myself), since it is a pencil test which, as defined by Wikipedia, is the following:

In traditional animation, a preliminary version of the final animated scene. The pencil drawings are quickly photographed or scanned and synced with the necessary soundtracks. This allows the animation to be reviewed and improved upon before being passed to assistant animators, who will add details and some of the missing frames in the scene. In European studios, the pencil test is called the “line test”, because it happens before the cels get their colour.
Enjoy the video which will make you even more excited for December 11...

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