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Thursday, March 08, 2012

Bruce Bushman: Technical Sketches for Disney's Mickey Mouse Club

What a glory find, big thanks to Norm for the pointer! Look at those sketches! The draftsmanship of the drawings, the shapes, the sketchy shadows, the perspective reformulation, the lettering... just everything is beyond compare. For more about Bruce Bushman please follow the link here.
By the by, this posting here is a follow-up to this post from last January showing Bruce Bushman's concept sketches for Hanna Barbera Land.
All images © Disney Enterprises


Update: Here is even more of Bushman's work, some lovely concept art pieces for Disneyland:



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4 comments:

  1. These are MAGNIFICENT! Thanks for sharing.

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  2. I can't believe how good these are, thank you so much for posting these.

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  3. Yeah, awesome find. Beautiful work! That whale water ride design is awesome!

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