The name Glen Keane may not ring a bell, but his work with Disney is easily recognizable to any child who grew up in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
"Aladdin," "Beauty and the Beast," and "Tarzan" are just some of the classic films draped in Keane’s animation style.
“By making a line it’s sort of a seismograph of your soul,” said Keane in this promotional teaser video for the Future of StoryTelling Festival.
“I can put goggles on and I just step into the paper and now I’m drawing it,” said Keane, “When I draw in virtual reality, I draw all the characters in real life size.”
Through the VR goggles, Keane walks around the drawings in a 3D-space, adding another level of depth which he said opens the possibilities of story-telling.
One of Keane’s final works with Disney was the animated short “Paperman,” which won the 2013Read More »from Disney animator behind 'The Little Mermaid' and 'Aladdin' draws in virtual reality