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Apr 6, 2021

[Answer] Which Disney film's art was inspired by Chinese landscape paintings?

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...1. "Mulan" 2. "Pocahontas" 3. "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" 4. "Bambi"




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"Bambi" - While illustrating “Bambi” (1942), Disney animators felt that the deer and other animals were getting lost in the details. Straying from the style that weaved the scenes of "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs” (1937), Chinese-American artist Tyrus Wong took “Bambi” in another direction. Wong arrived in the U.S. at nine years old and settled in Los Angeles, later attending art school there. He was hired by Walt Disney Studios in 1938, working as an “inbetweener” — creating frames between the animators’ mainframes. Using watercolor and pastel impressions that focused on light created with simple strokes, the design style was a major shift from the ornate backgrounds in Disney’s original animations. Impressing Disney himself, Wong’s sketches guided background artists for “Bambi,” creating a more emotional and evocative expression as opposed to a photographic image.:


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