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In his relatively short career, he left behind a substantial body of work that continues to inspire and educate people. Hultgren was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota in He studied at a local School of Art, before moving to California to pursue a career in animation. In , one year after moving to California, he joined Disney Studios.
He was an animator on the short film Farmyard Symphony He then worked on the feature film Bambi , which he also created model sheets and layouts. Hultgren showed he was very comfortable drawing animals from any angle. In , Hultgren illustrated the Bambi comic adaptation, along with other stories based on the characters from the movie.
He left Disney Studios in to animate and illustrate stories for other studios. He continued drawing Disney comics. The accumulation of years of experience showed how to draw animals both realistically and as caricatures.
Dividing the body into three parts, making it easier to understand, pose, and animate. The book has stayed in print for decades, for good reason, I highly recommend it. This book is out of print and very difficult to come by, but thankfully Sherm Cohen has scanned every single page and put it online for all to enjoy. Hultgren returned to Disney Studios in Back in the animators chair, he worked on the short Paul Bunyan and the feature Sleeping Beauty He also worked on animated TV series Mr.
Magoo, Popeye, and The Archie Show. Hultgren died in at the age of Ken Hultgren left a great legacy behind him, much of you can find online. He has been Editor of the website since He is an illustrator and graphic designer. For more information, please see our policy notice. You may also like.
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