AnimatorsClassic Animators at Work By Amid Amidi | 07/05/2007 9:04 am | 7 Share Tweet Email Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Email 7 Animator David Nethery has created a wonderful photo album of classic and contemporary animators at their animation desks. We welcome thoughtful comments on articles, but please read our community guidelines before participating. All comments are moderated and will not immediately appear on the site; your patience is appreciated. http://www.jessica-plummer.com Jessica Plummer This is probably my favorite form of inspiration, not just seeing the finished animation or art, but the artist working on that. Reminds you that a human created it. Thanks for posting this link! http://doubleben.blogspot.com/ Emmett Goodman I agree with Jessica Plummer. It’s very inspiring to see these artists at work, photograph or video clip. There should be a poster made with all these pics, or something of a post-card to carry around. Those photographs are terrific. Is the site still being updated, because I think it could use some more images of contemporary animators. Still, great site. http://inklingstudio.typepad.com David Nethery Emmett – I am continually updating it as I find new photos. I have a whole slew of more contemporary animator photos from the Orlando, FL Disney studio taken during the Mulan – thru – Brother Bear years that I will be posting as soon as I can get them all scanned . Director/storyman Tim Hodge just sent me a few more which I’ll be adding . In retrospect, I didn’t take nearly enough photos when I was at Disney. I suppose I was busy drawing and didn’t really stop to consider the fact that it would all come to an end one day …. that place where “every day was like Christmas ” . http://www.velvetandratskins.com Evan The caption for the early Walt one should read “I can’t draw this crap. I need to find some talented artists stat!” http://www.anikey.nl Anikey Ha great to see Borge Ring up there. We once paid him a visit here in Holland to show him our storyboard. He had alot of great tips and stories about them old days and how Disney alwasy asked him to come work for them but he never wanted too. Plus funny stories how he got fired from projects (by Spielberg) cause he thought they where shit. Though it was kind tough to understand what he was saying through that beard and heavy Danish-southern Dutch accent :) Anyhoo great pictures in general!! Keep’em coming. http://www.ulimeyer.com Uli Meyer Thanks for including me in this wonderful gallery! I’m chuffed. http://inklingstudio.typepad.com David Nethery I’m glad everyone’s enjoying the photos. Of course, I still need to get a few photos up there of animators sleeping at/under their desks just for a touch of realism … Previous PostChris McD Next PostBoris Kolar's Woof, Woof!