Behind The Scenes Of Alice In Wonderland: The Actress Used For Live-Action Reference 2015-11-24 Tue 2016-02-18 Thu Alice in Wonderland comes from a time which many fans praise as as golden era of Disney's innovative movie magic. Lacking many of today's technical advantages, animators and filmmakers relied on a more bare-bones approach to bringing storyboards to life. One such technique, the use of live-action reference models, helped animators capture movements and facial expressions. Kathryn Beaumont stepped in not only the as voice of Alice (as well as Wendy in Peter Pan), but also as her real-life model to help animators bring the art to life. This series of photography below allows us a closer look at the meticulous process to translate these referenced movements into animated film, where even the fastest animators could only produce 23-24 seconds of quality animation per week. So take a look at these photos for an appreciation of some old time motion capture. There's also a behind-the-scenes video at the bottom for good measure. By - grape Japan editorial staff. Source:h/t: Bored Panda / Meunderwears / Alice in Wonderland Behind The Scenes - Kathryn Beaumont (1951) - Disney Animated Movie HD / Animator Island Tags: Alice in Wonderland / Disney / Photography grape Japan Latest Behind The Scenes Of Alice In Wonderland: The Actress Used For Live-Action Reference Related Article Five Decades Of Stunningly Surreal Photographs Way Before Photoshop Existed Don’t Be Alice, Be The Queen’s Peasants, The Trump Heart Solider Cat Owner Is Having A Hard Time Taking A Good Picture Of His Black Cat “Bunny butts or sniffer, which do you prefer?” Rabbit Photo Exhibition “There’s nothing to be ashamed of”: manga about ignoring art snobs You Know Sakura Cherry Blossom Is Beautiful – But These Photos By Amateur Cameramen Are Simply Breathtaking!