Walt Disney Archives Mickey and Minnie Color Maquettes
Status: In Stock
| Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition | Edition Size: Limited to 1000 | Dim:6.5000" wide x 7.5000" high | Walt Disney Archives| Item #: 4051311
Price: $ 150.00 USD
today, May 9, 2021
Mickey and Minnie Color Maquettes - 4051311
NOTES: The exuberant Mickey and Minnie hand-painted sculptures are from the Disney short, Get A Horse! Walt Disney, the original voice of Mickey Mouse, provides all of Mickey's dialogue - carefully crafted from vintage shorts. This set originates from maquettes in the Walt Disney Animation Research Library; the production molds for these pieces are made from a digital three-dimensional scan. Numbered Limited Edition 1,000.
These pieces (made of Resin) are the same material the original maquette's were made of. Because some of the original molds no longer exist these are made from a digital three-dimensional scan. They did these figurines off the movie so it is the first "mold" of the sculpture
These molds are Maquettes - So what is a A maquette (French word for scale model, is a small scale model or rough draft of an unfinished sculpture.
Limited quantities will ship in October 2015.
Mickey and Minnie Color Maquettes
by Walt Disney Archives
Walt Disney Archives bio
From Mickey Mouse to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, characters and stories introduced decades ago continue to be celebrated in brand-new films, television programs, merchandise items and theme park experiences. Recognizing the unique and enduring creative legacy started by Walt Disney, the Walt Disney Archives was established in 1970 to collect, preserve and make available for research the historical materials relating to Walt and the company he founded. The Disney Creative Director & Master Artist is
David Pacheco and Becky Bresee & Wayne Unten are the Frozen Animation Supervisors for Anna and Elsa.
What is an Animation Maquette?
Three-dimensional character models, used by animators as a way to study crucial angles,reveal the play of light and shadow, and clarify issues of perspective. Pinocchio was the first Disney full-length film to use maquettes.