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~FREE E-PUB ⚈ The Life and Times of Ward Kimball ♓ Besides Walt Disney, No One Seemed Key To The Development Of Animation At The Disney Studios Than Ward Kimball Kimball Was Disney S Friend And ConfidantIn This Engaging, Cradle To Grave Biography, Award Winning Author Todd James Pierce Explores The Life Of Ward Kimball, A Lead Disney Animator Who Worked On Characters Such As Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Jiminy Cricket, The Cheshire Cat, And The Mad Hatter Through Unpublished Excerpts From Kimball S Personal Writing, Material From Unpublished Interviews, And New Information Based On Interviews Conducted By The Author, Pierce Defines The Life Of Perhaps The Most Influential Animator Of The Twentieth CenturyAs Well As Contributing To Classics Such As Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs And Pinocchio, From The Late S To The Early S, Kimball Established A Highly Graphic, Idiosyncratic Approach To Animation Alongside The Studio S Recognizable Storybook Realism In Effect, Ward Kimball Became The Only Animator To Run His Own In Studio Production Team Largely Outside Of Walt Disney S Direction In The S And S, He Emerged As A Director And Producer Of His Own Animation, While Remaining Inside Disney S StudioThrough Kimball, The Studio Developed A Series Of Nonfiction Animation Programs In The S That Members Of Congress Pointed To As Paving The Way For NASA The Studio Also Allowed Kimball S Work To Abandon Some Ties To Conventional Animation, Looking Instead To High Art And Graphic Design As A Means Of Creating New Animated Forms, Which Resulted In Films That Received Multiple Academy Award Nominations And Two AwardsThroughout His Life, Kimball Was A Maverick Animator, An Artist Who Helped Define The Field Of American Animation, And A Visionary Who Sought To Expand The Influence Of Animated Films This book is a great examination on the life of Ward Kimball You really begin to appreciate the influence that Ward had on the studio It is interesting that his hobbies away from work are parts of his life that get equal or even attention than his animation It shows how he sometimes did not fit in the Disney studio collective It was nice to get so much on the development of the Tomorrowland episodes as they are some of the most interesting things Disney created in the 1950s They essentially predicted the US space program for the next 20 years Overall, a great book, especially if you love animation and Disney.