#disney animated films



Kathryn Beaumont (born 27 June 1938), the actor who voiced both Alice in Disney’s Alice in Wonderland and Wendy in Disney’s Peter Pan, also modeled for the animators. These photos show how much work was put into classical animation at the Disney studio.

Walt Disney chose Beaumont to be the voice of Alice when she was just ten years old. He chose her for the model of Alice. She was named a “Disney Legend” by the Walt Disney Company in 1998.

Made under the supervision of Walt Disney himself (1951), this film and its animation are often regarded as some of the finest work in Disney studio history, despite the lackluster, even hostile, reviews it originally received.

It gained popularity in the 1970’s due to the “drug” culture fandom at the time, it was released in 1974, and then again in 1981.

Today, it is not only considered the best animated film adaptation of Lewis Carrol’s novel but one of Disney’s greatest classics. { 1-10 }


Ever since I first did this series, so many asked me when #Esmeralda would join them. Well NOW seems like the perfect time, as we approach this incredibly important time to use your voice.

“I ask for nothing

I can get by

But I know so many

Less lucky than I

Please help my people

The poor and downtrod

I thought we all were

Children of God”

“God help the Outcasts” is a perfect and beautiful song. Its been on my mind a lot lately. And as we witness so many ask for wealth, fame and glory, may we instead ask who needs our help, our kindness, and our love. Even if they do not look like you, love like you, or live like you. Demand justice. Help each other. Stop hate when you see it. Be like Esmeralda, who fought and forgave even when she could have only looked after herself.

Now that the Teen Titans Go movie is out (http://www.teentitansgo-movie.com/?bu…) I can finally share my work on the movie. I got to design & animate this entire Lion King sequence (minus 3 shots). I put my name in the corner of all shots I animated. The 3 without my name were done by Disney vets Bruce Smith & Chris Wahl. Chris Wahl was actually an animator on the original Lion King (Mufasa). It was an honor getting to meet them both and work with them. I animated this sequence in Toonboom Harmony. I had zero experience with the program up until the Teen Titans Movie, but it was a great opportunity to learn. I do not own the rights to characters in this video, I was just the animator. The rights belong to DC comics and Warner Brothers Entertainment. Follow my work on Instagram www.instagram.com/hayk_animation

Disney’s Wreck it Ralph Animation I did for the Winter Olympics. I worked on this at Duncan Studios

On This Day In History

On November 19, 2013, Frozen would premiere in El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, California. Frozenwould be written in the history books as the highest grossing animated film of all time.


Congratulations, Frozen!