This list features amazing hand-drawn animations from some our favorite Disney fairy tales. These sketches remind us that even elaborate Disney productions start with a pencil and paper.

See the full post of animations here.

Seen above, Shere Khan from The Jungle Book, 1967,  was created by Ken Anderson, who designed the character to resemble his voice actor, George Sanders.


It took 21 people to animate the Beast from The Beauty and the Beast, 1991. It was the first Disney film to use Pixar’s Computer Animation Production System.


The development of the indomitable main character from Peter Pan, 1953, was supervised by Milt Khal.

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Category: Art