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  • [Question] Space Mountain Concept art

    I have been attempting to find a high resolution picture of this concept drawing done by john Hench. anybody have any ideas?


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    Re: Space Mountain Concept art

    Considering most of the art work like that was released in the Imagineering book in 1996, that is pretty high res. That is as big as I have ever seen it, in a book and out.

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      Re: Space Mountain Concept art

      Originally posted by tloolgb View Post
      Considering most of the art work like that was released in the Imagineering book in 1996, that is pretty high res. That is as big as I have ever seen it, in a book and out.
      Agreed, the sketch you posted is actually the highest-res I've ever seen. In fact, I deleted my smaller version of it from my hard drive and replaced it with yours.

      If you are determined to find a higher-res image, the only thing I could think of would be to find a Disney-published book on the subject and perform your own scan.

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        Re: Space Mountain Concept art

        I have seen the original piece and I know they have it digitized I just thought I would ask if anyone has seen it in higher res online.

        Thanks

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