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    From my favourite film ever...

    an ideas ??
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    Is it Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs?
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    Yeah, Snow white. Nice work!
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    I love Snow White. An artist has to appreciate the old animated classics. I purchased mine for the kids when they were small, and I can't let them go. My children love to draw Disney art. To me, the new films are wonderful, but there is something missing that was in the old ones.

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    Aunt Betsy and Evart ..yes you are right it is Snow White and the seven dwarfs...
    Alexandra.imo there is and never will be an animated film like this..my wife bought me a book on Disney for my 21st birthday (last year !!!!) and it has copies of some of the artwork from this film...unbelievable...she bought me the film a couple of years ago ......what wouldn't I have given for a job with Disney...........ahhhhhh

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    The first film I ever saw in a theater......it was re-issued when I was little.....
    I still find it absolutely charming. I am forever in love with the singing and dancing when they have their part and continue to be amazed at the ingenuity used with the designs worked into the interior of the the dwarve's cottage.
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    IrishRose thank you very much for your comment..
    foxytocin..yes the interior artwork is unbelievable..

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    Who wouldn't love the snowwhite and her dwarfs....? Am looking forward to the finished picture....very good idea to paint... my cup of tea also...:-)

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    AT-TA I'm very pleased you like it ...it is a great film..

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    Fun sequences there too. You have good taste.
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