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Walt Disney Archives Tiana Maquette From The Princess and the Frog 

Walt Disney Archives Tiana Maquette From The Princess and the Frog 

Walt Disney Archives Tiana Maquette From The Princess and the Frog   Walt Disney Archives

Status: | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition  | Edition Size: Limited Edition of 3500 | Dim:10.5" Tall | Walt Disney Archives| Item #: 4057247

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Tiana Maquette From The Princess and the Frog - 4057247  

NOTES: Tiana Maquette From The Princess and the Frog.
Hand-Numbered Limited Edition 3,500.
Storycard & Certificate of Verification.
The original Tiana maquette was sculpted in clay by artist Raffaello Vecchione. The Walt Disney Archives and The Walt Disney Animation Research Library maintain and preserve original maquettes in their collections to be used as three-dimensional character reference for such diverse projects as theme park attractions, books, story and product development. .

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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.