"Last Trolley" - 6x8", Acrylic & gouache
Original available for purchase from Disney Wonderground Gallery.
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Did you know? On the Seven Dwarfs Mine train there is a hidden Oswald? Don’t be discouraged if he is hard to make out at first! Next time you go see if you can find him! I hear he is located right around the big drop for all of those looking.
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I was invited to go to the Science and Industry Museum, and it was awesome. Since i’m such a Disney nerd, I was excited to see The Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives exhibit, that showcases over 300 artifacts from Disney history.
Before we entered the exhibit, my 6 year old cousin Luke kept telling me that he hoped to see Oswald The Lucky Rabbit (Walt Disney’s original Mickey Mouse). Ever since he discovered the Epic Mickey Game, Luke has been a big fan of the Rabbit and it annoys him that Disney doesn’t make any cartoons or merchandise of poor Ozzy. Lucky for him, they did have a few things of Oswald, but it wasn’t much to satisfy him.
Anyways, his insistence to see Oswald and seeing Walt’s Alice short films inspired me to do something that I’ve never done before. Make cartoon characters interact with people, or in this case Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and his children interacting with their little fan for the first time!!!
Page 2 of Chapter 2!
Clopin was with a large group of fellow gypsies when he was alerted about a trespasser who was in the Court of Miracles. He showed a scowl, displeased with the news. One of Frollo’s spies! He thought.
He went to where he was told the spy was and put his hands on his hips. “Well well well," He said, a challenging smirk dancing across his lips. "What have we here?”
"A very lost rabbit!" Oswald answered, looking aroud. The toon knew he should have taken the left and not the right on that street, especially when it lead him to a cemitery and later to the catacumbs.