Sunday, December 22, 2013

Greetings from "The 7D"

This promotional image for "The 7D" animated television series appeared on the cover of Kidscreen Magazine in September 2013.  To my knowledge, this cover art is the only preview image of the 7D characters released by Disney at this time.   This is a sneak peek of the actual new, revised and updated character designs that we're using in the "The 7D" series for the Seven Dwarfs.

This piece of character art was designed and drawn by series director and designer Alfred Gimeno.  The background was designed and painted by series art director Frank Montagna.



"The 7D" is deep in production and is being made at Disney Television Animation.  Disney Junior's Nancy Kanter and Emily Hart are the creative execs guiding "The 7D."   An earlier posting here indicated a premiere date, but that was incorrect.  The series premier date has not yet been announced. 


7 comments:

  1. These designs have more life than the earlier ones we saw. I like.

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  2. You certainly deserve a round of applause for your post and more specifically, your blog in general. Very high quality material!

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  3. If Tom Ruegger makes a show, Then it should be mandatory viewing.

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  4. Phil, thanks for that vote of confidence.

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    1. Dear Tom, Tiny Toon Adventures was amazing and it was so cool and it still is!!!! I have 2 questions for you and I'll be glad to read your answers!!!!

      1. Buster & Babs were boyfriend and girlfriend or they had a crush to one another?

      2. Are you thinking of planing Tiny Toon Adventures based on the 21 century?

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  5. This reminds me that last issue of Animaniacs

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  6. Dear Tom, Tiny Toon Adventures was amazing and it was so cool and it still is!!!! I have 2 questions for you and I'll be glad to read your answers!!!!

    1. Buster & Babs were boyfriend and girlfriend or they had a crush to one another?

    2. Are you thinking of planing Tiny Toon Adventures based on the 21 century?

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