▣ Mulan (1998) storyboard vs. final frames

▣ The Rescuers Down Under (1990) concept art

▣ Frozen (2013) Hans and Elsa dance, by Bill Schwab
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▣ Frozen (2013) Hans and Elsa dance, by Bill Schwab

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▣ Frozen (2013) Anna concept art, freezing

As Anna’s life goes out and freezes Elsa’s snow flake is seen on the iris. As the pupil constricts and pulls in we begin to see the full flake.

Scans from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) Anna concept art, freezing
Scans from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) Anna concept art, freezing

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▣ Frozen (2013) color keys, by Lisa Keene

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▣ Frozen (2013) Elsa concept art

▣ Frozen (2013) Elsa concept art

▣ Frozen (2013) Elsa concept art
Originally from Princehans

▣ Frozen (2013) Elsa concept art

Originally from Princehans

▣ Frozen (2013) Anna character design, top row by Jin Kim, bottom row unknown

Top row scanned from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) Anna character design, by Michael Giaimo, Bill Schwab, Claire Keane, and Minkyu Lee

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▣ Frozen (2013) Kristof and Sven, by Cory Loftis Scans from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) Kristof and Sven, by Cory Loftis Scans from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) character design for Hans of the Southern Isles, by Bill Schwab

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▣ Frozen (2013) concept art of Anna, by Victoria Ying

The snow globe Anna is holding was originally a gift from Hans, presented to her post-coronation. The concept was dropped for narrative streamlining.

Scan from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) concept art of Anna, by Victoria Ying

The snow globe Anna is holding was originally a gift from Hans, presented to her post-coronation. The concept was dropped for narrative streamlining.

Scan from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) visual development, by Lisa Keene

Scans from The Art of Frozen

▣ Frozen (2013) colors of snow, by Lisa Keene, James Finch, and unknown

"White is a blank canvas upon which to build. From the warm peach and yellow tones at sunrise, the deep pinks and blues cast at sunset, to the rich indigos and purples caught in the moonlight, no scene suffers from a lack of color." - Michael Giaimo, art director

Most scanned from The Art of Frozen