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Wednesday, February 25, 2009

"Bambi" (1942) [2 of 9] - Marc Davis Charcoal Story Board

If you have read any of my posts on picking out artwork, you know I'm a big believer in the "Decisive Moment" -- a moment that summarizes a historical moment. A moment that defines a character or defines a movie. Using this approach can help you decide which piece to buy because those moments tend to define value.

The moment where Bambi meets Faline for the first time is such a moment. And this charcoal concept by Marc Davis was a great piece to acquire. His surprise. Her shy (but self-confident) gaze...

Marc Davis Charcoal Storyboard Concept

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From “Bambi” (1942). Charcoal story board drawing of Bambi seeing Faline’s reflection in the pond. A story board drawing of Bambi as he first sees Faline's reflection of in the water. The drawing was done by Marc Davis and was originally sold by Courvoisier Galleries of San Francisco. It bears the Courvoisier Galleries Certificate of Authenticity on the back. [10”W x 8”H] SeqID-1160

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