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Saturday, January 10, 2009

"Ferdinand the Bull" (1938) [2 of 2] - Ferdinand Pencil

Here is a nice pencil as Ferdinand starts to inhale...

Ferdinand Smelling Flowers

While looking through a few books, I found similar images in Thomas & Johnston's book and in Canemaker's as well. Upon closer inspection, Thomas & Johnston and Canemaker used the same image. I think their image of Ferdinand is better than the one I have, but this is a pretty good image.

Thomas & Johnston Book

From “Ferdinand the Bull” (1938). Ferdinand drawn by Milt Kahl.
Thomas, Frank & Johnston, Ollie. Too Funny for Words. NY: Abbe Ville Press, 1987. ISBN 0-89659-747-4. Page 214 See SeqID 0046

Canemaker Book

From “Ferdinand the Bull” (1938). Artist: Ham Luske. Page 99. Canemaker, John. Treasures of Disney Animation Art. NY: Abbeville Press, 1982. ISBN: 0-89659-581-1. See SeqID 0046

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From “Ferdinand the Bull” (1938). Very good pencil pose of Ferdinand smelling a flower. Large image. A film directed by Dick Rickard. [Image: 11-5/16"W x 8-7/8"H] Acquired 1991. SeqID-0046 8/3/2005

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