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Airbrushes from Disney Studios
Airbrushes from Disney Studios

Origin

Walt Disney Studios

Type

Airbrushes

Effects

Will animate the environment in which you paint.

Activation

Use

Collected by

M. M. Bellamy

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

03634-6284-45324

Shelf

4984-423099

Date of Collection

October 21, 19__

[Source]


OriginEdit

While being used in a lot of Disney animated movies, the big event that created these airbrush artifacts was during the production of Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs in 1937. During a three year production of Disney's most popular animated film, the airbrushes that were used on the cels became infused with the original animators artistic expressions and thoughts of the film.

They can be seen with other brush-related artifacts in the season three episode, "Love Sick".

EffectsEdit

These airbrushes will animate the environment in which they are used, turning their surroundings into a 2D animated version of itself.

Handle only using artifact gloves or tongs.

CollectionEdit

This set of Airbrushes was collected after Roy Disney had passed, as they were given to him after the staff had cleaned out an old storage room at The Walt Disney Studios.

Agent M. M. Bellamy collected these from Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida, the second satellite Disney animation studio, in Bay Lake.

Real World ConnectionsEdit

Deciding to push the boundaries of animation even further, Disney began production of his first feature-length animated film in 1934. Taking three years to complete, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, premiered in December 1937 and became highest-grossing film of that time by 1939. Snow White was released through RKO Radio Pictures, which had assumed distribution of Disney's product in July 1937, after United Artists attempted to attain future television rights to the Disney shorts.

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