The Golden Age of film animation would not have been possible without these female illustrators, animators, and art directors
Cinderella (1950), Dumbo (1941), Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), and Bambi (1942) are classic Disney movies that marked the childhood of millions of children worldwide. They have one thing in common: the role played by women in their making was invaluable.
Although it was the legendary animators of the early days of Disney Production (known as Disney's Nine Old Men) who went down in animation history, the dream factory created by Walt Disney paved the way to hundreds of women.
However, their stories may not be as well-known as those of their male counterparts.
Sueño en blanco y negro.
This is an inspirational work from Dara Scully's course, Introduction to Narrative Photography.
So much light and beauty. So much talent and inspiration.
Nephele, I like the dreamy aura that runs through the photographs, the way that it is impossible for us to know what time this girl belongs to, and her tenderness, her play among the trees. I congratulate you for your work :)
Dear @darascully thank you very much for your return. Thank you for your excellent course, I tried to apply what I learned, I am happy to have generated that perception. A hug!
Very beautiful! Where did you get these textures?
@maysabfrizo hello! I looked for an image that represented grains of old film and then I layered it in Photoshop, going black and white. I hope I have answered your question :- )