files/pictures/picture-35.jpg* Saturday, August 5, 2000. Cupertino, California, U.S.A.
The renowned layout, background artist and color designer Maurice Noble will be holding a design seminar. Starting at the Disney Studios in 1931, he worked on SILLY SYMPHONIES, THE OLD MILL, SNOW WHITE, BAMBI, FANTASIA and DUMBO. His work at Warner Bros. Studios is legendary, designing the backgrounds for classic cartoons such as "Whats Opera Doc" and "Duck Amuck" (both in the National Archives!), "Duck Dodgers," the ROAD RUNNER cartoons, and contributing to the feature film, THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPET. Continuing his work with Chuck Jones at MGM, he also worked on HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS, HORTON HEARS A WHO, THE PHANTOM TOLLBOOTH and the Academy Award-winning short, THE DOT AND THE LINE, which he designed and co-directed. The price for the class is US$350. For more information contact Michael Gray Presents at: P.O. Box 876, Mountain View, California 94042-0876, U.S.A.; or E-mail: email@example.com
Read Karl Cohens Animation World Magazine interview with Maurice Noble
and find out why hes the "Old Rebel."