In every moment of this film, you can see every brush stroke that the artist painting the backgrounds made. The backgrounds are made on such a grand scale, but when you get close enough, it’s there. It’s one of the few Disney films that you can look at and say an artist draw all of that, and I appreciate it for that reason.
Hard to believe it’s been a year since I made this. It was from an old black and white Band-Aid commercial that used this effect when the kids were injured while playing. I put the color bands on and posted it.
The cool part of this wasn’t just the notes, but that Dain Fagerholm (one of my favorite tumblr artists) contacted me to point out that this is a visual example of multiplexing.
"I don’t know, I just feel like I should just stop thinking about it, you know, but I can’t. Maybe I’ve seen too many movies, you know, love at first sight. What do you think about love at first sight? You think you can love somebody just by looking at them? But the thing is man, I felt like I knew her, you ever get that feeling? Yeah, I probably don’t right… it felt like I did though."