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.
Ilustraciones y textos para diversos números de la revista Eme21Magazine. Madrid Destino.
These are so good! I love how imaginative your imagery and style are.
@seathrifty Thanks a lot!!! : D
How nice! I love this job very much!
@valentina_cabri Thank you very much Valentina !! :)
You have a great wealth of expression, you identify with your reading public, you WRAP them up and deliver a creation with elements that awaken their awareness and passion. Your creation combines a priceless graphic balance with a diversity of elements and a complete written message, keep shining ✨, 🍇 RodolfoMorales Marcucci
Beautiful ... congratulations.
@jorge_alas Thank you very much Jorge!
@rodolfomoralesm Thank you Rodolfo for so many beautiful words. Very thankful.
I love them, I didn't know those drawings were yours. I saw them live while they were in the magazine.
Some did not know.
And ... you have applied the technique of the flea market!
Do you choose the subject, or do you propose it from the editorial office of the magazine?
Hugs, great job
<3 <3 <3
@melindaale always propose the subject to me, then they give me freedom to interpret it, play it, compose, write. Later there may be changes or modifications. But I feel quite free and they are respectful of my ideas or work.
Thanks for your words.
Great illustrations and reading. Congratulations! Cheers
@nina_961897 Thank you very much Nina!
Well, yes, your creations are a gift for the eyes, my mind and I generated childhood memories, specifically, the illustration of the burial of the sardine. I was fed a childhood memory in my city, Pontevedra. In it we do not celebrate the burial of the sardine, but the burial of the Ravachol parrot, a very talkative and friendly parrot who had a pharmacist and when he dies, the city remembers him on that festival. In my head I have images of diverse people, of joy and fun, but also of certain fears.
Your illustrations speak.
A very illustrative and content design, an excellent way to express an idea 💡 (or several). Beautiful job. 👏👏👏
Very inspiring. So many cute ideas, love it!
@chorna_kvitka Thanks a lot!
@lolicrcouselo How beautiful the story of the parrot. I love. Thank you for sharing it and thank you for your words about my work. I am excited. Thank you.
@dr_ricardo_alcantara Thank you very much !!!! : D
Oh wow! Amazing! :D
I love them, they are very inspiring, they make me smile. The page of the Christmas meeting seems to me pure poetry.