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Quality Control

2 monthes ago   |   By Andreas Deja

I have talked often about the fact that Milt Kahl was not only a supervising animator at Disney, but he also maintained drawing quality control over many scenes he did not animate himself. Here is another example of this. In The Rescuers Orville, the albatross, welcomes Bernard and Bianca "onboard". Ollie Johnston animated this scene, and his key drawings were probably pretty rough. Perhaps the final look for the character hadn't been established yet. Milt redrew some of Ollie's keys and added a finishing touch and polish. He sometimes complained that he was asked repeatedly to do this...
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