That's Flannery above, the station master, from the 1954 short film Pigs is Pigs.
A full figure cel of Pinocchio, 1940. Much warmer color tones, even the blue areas are muted.
A great cel from Three little Wolves from 1936. Amazing Fred Moore animation.
A cel produced as a book illustration by the ink and paint department. That's transparent paint used for the shadows.
The finale from Dance of the Hours. Beautiful contrast between the brown hippos and the green alligators. Very little original artwork survived from from Fantasia, and you can see problem with cel paint.
1953's Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom's colors remind me of a refreshing fruit salad.
Nice combination of muted and bright colors on this group cel from Alice in Wonderland, 1951.
Even miscellaneous characters get outstanding color treatment.
As I mentioned before, animator Marc Davis was never happy with Maleficent's final colors. He would have much preferred a combination of black and red, instead of purple.
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