I am Ashley, a 26 year old graduate student and fangirl. Fandoms: Disney and Pixar (such as: Wreck It Ralph, Toy Story, The Lion King, Kim Possible), Harry Potter, Marvel Cinematic Universe, How To Train Your Dragon, Bones, and many others.

Disclaimer: I do not own anything that is not mine. My tumblr icon was made by madithefreckled here on tumblr. There are some NSFW things here. My personal viewpoints are not meant to speak for all. I apologize if I have offended you in any way.

22nd April 2014

Photoset reblogged from Yodelin' Cowgirl with 111 notes

jessiejane10:

Screenwriter Michael Arndt, on the role of Spanish mode and how it helped advance Buzz and Jessie’s relationship, excerpted from The Toy Story Films:  An Animated Journey, 2012.

Tagged: concept artbuzz lightyearjessietoy storyotp: to infinity and beyondmichael arndt

22nd April 2014

Photoset reblogged from general oddness. with 94 notes

littlekristoff:

The Empire Strikes Back is a great example of a movie that was able to take something that we love and expand it in every direction: The scope got bigger, the characters got richer, new gadgets, new costumes, new foes. Everything about that movie was such an inspiration to me. In a world where a lot of sequels are pretty disappointing, it’s our intent to really overdeliver with Dragon 2.”

Dean DeBlois, Director

DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition- How To Train Your Dragon 2 concept art [Part 2]

The new characters and dragons, drawn by Nico Marlet. All images were taken from the art book of the exhibition.

Tagged: how to train your dragonhttyd2httyd2 spoilersDean DeBloisconcept art

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22nd April 2014

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littlekristoff:

"I’ve always been interested in the North and South Poles, and the movie gave us the perfect opportunity to head north, deep into the Arctic, and explore the vast, beautiful wilderness of the North Pole. We took an amazing research trip to the Svalbard, which is the last spot of land up north, and it was crawling with polar bears."

Dean DeBlois, Director

"In the second film, writer-director Dean DeBlois takes Hiccup and Toothless beyond the island of Berk, where they encounter challenges and revelations that they could not have imagined. There’s more adventure and more fun with all the heart of the first film. Pierre-Oliver Vincent is the production designer, and you can clearly see the influence of his art on this movie as well. For the original movie, he created this believable world of the Vikings - it’s a place that doesn’t really exist but you’d love to visit if you could.

Bonnie Arnold, Producer

DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition- How To Train Your Dragon 2 concept art [Part 3]

Tagged: Dean DeBloisBonnie Arnoldconcept arthttyd2httyd2 spoilershow to train your dragonthis quote'it’s a place that doesn’t really exist but you’d love to visit if you could.'yesyes so much

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22nd April 2014

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littlekristoff:

"We left the first movie with Vikings on the backs of the dragons, and since Hiccup is innately a curious person, we gave him the hobby of mapping this new world. He flies on Toothless far beyond the viking world, charting new worlds, meeting new tribes, and finding new dragons until he runs into trouble. This sequel has the same aesthetic as the first film, but it also has the spirit of exploration, which is a lot of fun to play with."

Dean DeBlois, Director

DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition- How To Train Your Dragon 2 concept art [Part 4]

Tagged: concept arthow to train your dragonhttyd2httyd2 spoilersDean DeBloiscool he's meeting new tribes!and then runs into trouble

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21st April 2014

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Walter Plunkett design sketches for Vivien Leigh’s role as Scarlett O’Hara in the 1939 film Gone With the Wind

Tagged: Gone With The Windscarlett o'haravivien leighconcept artclothesfashion

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20th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from "To infinity and beyond reason" with 630 notes

itistimetodisappear:

Nicolas Marlet - HTTYD2 concept art

Tagged: httyd2httyd2 spoilershow to train your dragonconcept art

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17th April 2014

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missdixiedarlin:


Visual Development from Wreck-It Ralph

that time Ralph was a groundhog (?)

missdixiedarlin:

Visual Development from Wreck-It Ralph

that time Ralph was a groundhog (?)

Tagged: Wreck It Ralphconcept art

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13th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from My Collection of Randomness with 1,150 notes

snoopycomet:

livingindanville:

Some of the AMAZING How to Train Your Dragon artwork in the character section of the Exhibition! 

Some of this art is already in The art of DreamWork’s Animation book <3

So braidcup was going to be in the original film at one point? That’s pretty interesting actually.

Tagged: concept arthiccuphow to train your dragon

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11th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from My Collection of Randomness with 423 notes

visualdevelopmentart:

Mike Yamada - How to Train Your Dragon

Tagged: how to train your dragonconcept art

Source: mikeyamada.blogspot.co.uk

8th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from An average fruit with 11,497 notes

maugrims:

The Lion King concept art & visual development Pt. II

Tagged: the lion kingconcept art

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