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  • [Pictures] Imagineer Don Carson original artwork for Toon Town, Splash Mountain, and more

    Full tribute to former imagineer Don Carson's artwork with dozens or rare renderings he did for Disneyland's Toon Town, Splash Mountain, and many more.

    Here below some of the artwork, and all the many others are in the first part article that you can see here:

    Disney and more: A Tribute to Don Carson's Artwork - Part One - Updated with new artwork !

    And the part two with early Toy Story Mania concept-arts and Blizzard Beach renderings:

    http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/20...-part-two.html

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    Last edited by loaloa55; 04-23-2009, 10:54 AM.
    http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/

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    looks nice...very cool artwork......thanks to the link..
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      Those toon town drawings are lovely!

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        Very cool post. I love seeing how things were imagined vs. how they come out.


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          Jeez why didn't our Roger Rabbit get two stories as planned? That would have been so awesome! If the framework is still there, they should make that happen!!!


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            Very cool photos, nice find
            Everybody's got a laughin' place-
            trouble is most folks won't take the time to go look for it.

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              Interesting how Rodger Rabbit's
              Cartoon Spin was originally proposed
              to be a two story attraction.

              To bad it never came to fruition.

              Oh well, fantastic article and
              amazing photos.

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                Awesome artwork.

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                  He's always posting great art work on that site! Thanx for posting it.
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                    These are cool. i always like to see the original thoughts.

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                      Originally posted by IzzyInWonderland View Post
                      Jeez why didn't our Roger Rabbit get two stories as planned? That would have been so awesome! If the framework is still there, they should make that happen!!!
                      The outside facade of the actual structure appears to have two levels, just like the rendering. It may not be a literal two level structure, but it does represent the concept art rather well.

                      You can't always take concept renderings too literal.

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                          Thanks for the informative article!

                          As for looking at the artwork for ToonTown, it would have been really nice to have had that slope down ToonTown; I mean, come on. There was room.


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                            Originally posted by MagicWDI View Post
                            The outside facade of the actual structure appears to have two levels, just like the rendering. It may not be a literal two level structure, but it does represent the concept art rather well.

                            You can't always take concept renderings too literal.
                            I'm a design student so believe me I never take concept renderings too literal.
                            It actually said in the article that Disneylands Roger ride building maintains the balcony in which to support the ride vehicles, it just didn't end up working out that way which is a bummer.


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                              What i love about it is that the imagineers had the mind of cartoonists. and the mind of animators that actually came to life. Thats why i love disneyland so much, because its the idea that its real, and every single inch of each ride is to theme.

                              Love it!



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