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  • 5/7: Concepts

    Guest Columnist Alain Littaye takes a look at Tokyo DisneySea concept art. Discuss it here!
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    Alain thanks for posting all that great concept art for what is one of the most spectacular theme parks ever built.As someone who has enjoyed your incredible book on Disneyland Paris,I only wished you could do a follow up one day to Tokyo Disney Seas.

    Looking at all the art in your latest article just makes me more excited to be visiting this park for the second time come this Sept.And how much I envy the Japanese people to have this beautiful park in there country.
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    • #3
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      Wow! I never knew they had so much stuff there.

      Wonderful article Alain!
      Still wishing for that AP....:blush:

      Future Imagineer, right here!

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        Originally posted by mini_imagineer View Post
        Wow! I never knew they had so much stuff there.

        Wonderful article Alain!
        You'd be suprised by Tokyo Disney Seas.We're not just talking about another DCA or WDS here.
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          Originally posted by Malin View Post
          You'd be suprised by Tokyo Disney Seas.We're not just talking about another DCA or WDS here.
          :sleep:
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            Originally posted by Speedway View Post
            :sleep:
            Sorry I know you've heard it all before but you still can't deny it!
            Last edited by Malin; 05-07-2007, 09:22 AM.
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            • #7
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              Beautiful concepts and innovative ideas. I understand that the real step is bringing a dream into reality, but at least Tokyo is dreaming big dreams. It is not that Japan has more creative designers but that it has a management that understands that theme parks are places of grand spectacle and whimsical fantasy for both young and old, which is truly in the legacy of Walt Disney.
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              • #8
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                Beautiful update. Thanx for sharing!

                Regardsarama,

                Jon
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                  Re: 5/7: Concepts

                  Originally posted by Malin View Post
                  Alain thanks for posting all that great concept art for what is one of the most spectacular theme parks ever built.As someone who has enjoyed your incredible book on Disneyland Paris,I only wished you could do a follow up one day to Tokyo Disney Seas.

                  Looking at all the art in your latest article just makes me more excited to be visiting this park for the second time come this Sept.And how much I envy the Japanese people to have this beautiful park in there country.
                  Agreed, I loved the DLP book and a TDS version would be an incredible follow up to it!

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                  • #10
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                    Blah-blah-blah... why did they get this and we get that... blah-blah-blah... everytime I see TDS I'm like the most boring, old broken record... but thanks so much for sharing, beautiful as always... and I DO HATE everyone who's been there ;-)

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                    • #11
                      Re: 5/7: Concepts

                      Yes, Alain, please!

                      I'm with these other posters who are hoping that you can bless us with a TDS book.

                      Is it a possibility? By any chance, have you already pitched this idea?
                      Magic Journeys...

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