My first book, ONCE UPON A CLOUD with Dial Press at Penguin is finally finished! Its up for preorder -here- and will be in stores in Spring 2015. These are some of the pages of characters little Celeste meets in the story.
Beautiful drawing done by Glen Keane donated by John Musker, director at Disney Feature Animation!!! Thank you John!
*for Silent Art Auction held August 22 from 6:30pm to 9:00pm @Animation Guild in Burbank,
Glen Keane original!!
Sorry, I don’t have the answers to your question. I’m just a fan, not a representative of Disney.
They did change a lot of the original story of the Snow Queen and made it their own thing for Frozen, but Disney always does that with the majority of their fairy-tale based stories.
I know Glen Keane made a few concept sketches for Frozen, but I don’t think he was very involved with that particular project. (I could be wrong though!)
I don’t know! I just sent the request and hoped for the best.
I know most of you won’t care, but this is one of the best things ever. #omg #glenkeane #arthero #aaaaaah
my new watercolors in the Lovely show at the Galerie Arludik in Paris until July 19th.
Duet | Glen Keane 2014
In honor of Glen Keane's new short Duet, here are some more scenes he’s animated.
“Acclaimed animator Glen Keane unveiled a first look at his latest and most personal project to date, Duet, as part of a special Advanced Technology and Projects session at the Google I/O Conference in San Francisco.
Presented together with Regina Dugan, who leads the ATAP group, Glen gave a live demonstration and talk through the creative process behind Duet.” - http://www.animationmagazine.net/features/glen-keane-debuts-short-duet/
“Keane has been working with Google’s technical team to create an interactive animated film, dubbed Duet, for mobile platforms. Duet is scheduled to be released later this year.
"One day we hope to have a new type of film festival… one that is mobile," Dugan said.
Keane added, “I see myself as an artist first. Fortunately, everything I’ve animated has tested me in learning something new. In embracing this new technology, I feel like I’ve rediscovered a love for animation.” -http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9249402/Google_looks_into_a_future_with_3D_tablets_interactive_animation
Early animation of Ariel by Glen Keane