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#The Jungle Book

Walt Disney, whose frozen head (allegedly) turns 120 today, has been delighting (and frightening and traumatizing) children for generations. A few of his classics.

  1. Pinocchio (1940). A puppet is brought to life by the Blue Fairy when his creator Gepetto wishes on a star. He is told that he will become a real boy if he proves himself “brave, truthful and unselfish.” He does but not before being caged by an evil circus owner, almost turned into a donkey ( in the terrifying Pleasure Island sequence) eaten by a giant whale and drowned when he bravely helps his family escape. The darkness of this movie on its way to the obligatory happy ending is one reason it may be Disney’s best. Like the storytellers he adapts (some say bowdlerizes), he knows just how far he can go to frighten his audience before bringing them back from the edge.
  2. Bambi (1942). More than a few kids might have learned about death from this brilliant movie about a young deer growing up and dealing with loss and change. The unseen villain, the one who takes Bambi’s mother is MAN (in other words, us) and I wonder how many kids this movie dissuaded from sport hunting. While the Keane eyes and high voices of woodland creatures Thumper the rabbit and Flower the skunk are almost a parody of cuteness, the animators painstakingly copied the movements of real forest animals. It was a big step up for animation.
  3. The Jungle Book (1967). This adaptation of the Rudyard Kipling stories about Mowgli the man-cub raised by wolves should raise the hackles of anyone who decries the “Disneyfication” of literature but the movie is just too much fun for hand-wringing. Casting smooth-voiced comic hipster Phil Harris as Baloo the Bear was inspired, and having Louis Prima as  Louie, King of the Apes (and Swingers) voice “I Wanna Be Like You” was a stroke of genius (when Prima is singing, Baloo, too busy dancing to help Bagheera the Panther rescue Mowgli ‘I’m gone, solid gone’) We also get George Sanders as an elegant, sinister tiger, a snake with neo-psychedelic eyes and vultures with Beatle wigs. This was the last film Disney produced before his death and it’s safe to say he went down swinging.
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At the hole where he went in

Red-Eye called to Wrinkle skin.

Hear what little Red-Eye saith:

“Nag, come up and dance with death!”

Eye to eye and head to head,

(Keep the measure, Nag.)

This shall end when one is dead;

(At thy pleasure, Nag.)

Turn for turn and twist for twist—

(Run and hide thee, Nag.)

Hah! The hooded Death has missed!

(Woe betide thee, Nag!)

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[Image Description: Two digitally composited imaged of Jenny and Shanti, created using Disney screencaps. The first image is Jenny and Shanti, outdoors. They are dancing together, looking at each other and smiling. Overlaid are the words “love is friendship”. The second image id Jenny and Shanti, sitting at a piano, Jenny is playing the piano and Shanti is watching her, with a smile. Overlaid are the words “set to music”. The quote split between the two images is “Love is friendship set to music”.]

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El libro de la selva 


Título original: The Jungle Book

Año: 1967

Duración: 78 min.

País: Estados Unidos

Dirección: Wolfgang Reitherman

Guion: Larry Clemmons (Libro: Rudyard Kipling)

Música: George Bruns, Richard M. Sherman

Fotografía: Animación

Reparto: Animación

Productora: Walt Disney Productions

Género: Animación. Aventuras. Musical. Comedia. Infantil

Grupos: Clásicos de Walt Disney | Adaptaciones de Rudyard Kipling | El Libro de la Selva (Disney)

Sinopsis: Tras la muerte de sus padres, Mowgli, un niño de apenas dos años, queda abandonado en la selva y es recogido por una manada de lobos. En el seno de la manada, Mowgli es criado como un lobo más hasta que crece y empieza a desenvolverse por sí mismo en la selva. (FILMAFFINITY)

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INSPIRATION !

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INSPIRATION !

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Theses cover design was focusing on symmetry and layout and that is why I used these alternative book cover designs for inspiration the first one I used for the layout as I really like the way that the symmetry looked and I feel like it works well and that’s why I used it in my own book cover and with the second design that inspired me I liked the layout as well with the animals popping out either side as it creating the illusion of everything being overgrown and with my book me in the jungle book I wanted to keep the element of the storyline within it another reason why are use these but covers inspiration is because of the colour pallets within them are used the greens and the whites that were used as it is a connotation to the jungle.

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INSPIRATION !

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INSPIRATION !

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INSPIRATION !

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The reason I have used these alternative book cover designs as inspiration is because of the layout and colour palette as one of my target was to use different colours I thought using warm sunset colours would work well with my book as I could still add the element of the jungle as green goes well with oranges and reds another reason why are used orange and green in the book cover is because of a tiger I wanted the book cover to focus on the character of sherr Khan with the first inspirational book cover I liked the layout of it where it had the Sun/moon in the middle of the book cover and the title was within that shape and then around it was the leaves which gave off a good bushy effect I feel like I have incorporated these designs together to create my outcome with using the shapes the colour palette and the layout of the book covers that I looked at.

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INSPIRATION !

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INSPIRATION !

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These designs inspired me to create my jungle book cover the reason they inspired me is due to the colour palette used I wanted to use a more bold and brighter colour palette rather than sticking to the obvious of using green. In the book the Fox and the star I really liked the way that they had to use the pattern on the front cover, so I tried to create my own element of this by still using the element of the jungle With the other book cover design I took the aspect of the symmetry look as I thought it was effective and look visually pleasing. The reason I use these colours and these colours stood out for me is because they all compliment each other. It was different compare to other book cover designs and the fact I was still able to get the element of the forest, and the greenery in the jungle worked well.

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After finally completing Disney Gallery: The Mandalorian, I can only infer, as he never mentions it, but I think, maybe, that Jon Favreau could have possibly worked on The Lion King, The Jungle Book, and perhaps also Iron Man.

I know this is a stretch. I might be misinterpreting. He doesn’t really talk about it, but like…I just got some…vibes…

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Mayday Pradesh lies in the heart of India there are mountain ranges their rivers and miles and miles of jungle floor with in this they have 25 sanctuaries 10 national parks and 6 tiger reserves.

There are not just only tigers that live in the jungles there are deer, leopards, cheetahs, wild bore and crocodiles.

The reason this jungle inspires me is because Rudyard Kipling used this jungle to help his imagination in book and the book is based on a boy who was Brough up by wolfs in this forest.

Many of the colours that I have used in work was inspired by the jungle and being able to lookout were the book originally come from it help a lot.

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The first thing that I done to Crete this animation was open a a4 document in photoshop that was portrait.

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I had planned to draw a river side sense for my gif so I started of drawing the rocks and water to do this I used the brush and smudge tool  to create the look to do this I Crete blocks of colour that you would find in a rock then been out after with the smudge tool and as you can see above it worked really well. I also done the same technique with mowgli.

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After I had the basics layout I then was able to visuals the back ground better the other drawings you see on the image was created my me on procreate as I wanted to get a more detailed look to them.

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All parts of the gif I wanted to move was a layer as to Create an animation you need to make frames and this is how it’s done.

With each image I wanted to move you had to go through the steps of moving and saving moving and saving and by going this each save the image is at a different place you have to do this so you can Crete frames each save needs to be save as (frame1…..)

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Once I had done the saving it looked like this in finder ones you have done this you need to open a fresh a4 document and drag and drop the frames on to the page.

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This should move the frames not the dic after this I when to the taps and the top and selected windows and scrolled down to timeline this is where the frame will be after you convert them.

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The time line at the bottom will have a tab saying Create Fram animation you want to click that after I had done this I proceeded into click the three lines that you can see above and clicking make frames from layers and all you layers will suddenly appear at the bottom of the time line.

It should look like this ones I had done this I then experimented with the delay on sections of the gif and finally work around it and got what I wanted.

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Here are the shitheads™ of the Au.

Imma ramble a shit ton about them on this post

Mephiles - Kaa

Iblis - Shere Khan

Metal Sonic - additional character

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My dumbass is back at it again with jungle book Aus

Sonic - Baloo

Shadow - Bagheera

Cy - Mowgli

Silver is another one who is there for Cy

Also before yuo ask no Cy isn’t a kid, the three hedgehogs are much bigger than them, i jus wanted to clarify that in case anyone misunderstands anything

This Au while have a lot of plot that is nothing alike to the original jungle book btw

Here’s them Separate

Update: I gave them bios!!!

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