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conceptartthings:

Concept Art from Prince of Egypt (1998)

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pomki:

animationplayground:

James Baxter - Moses from Prince of Egypt [x]

Because James Baxter is my favorite animator.

I love seeing the raw animation before its been colored with all the notes and marks still on it.

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wannabeanimator:

The Prince of Egypt concept art requested by thiswretchedpen

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The producers of the Prince of Egypt were faced with the challenge of needing to create multiple language tracks so that the film could be viewed all over the world. Dreamworks International Production located and recorded talent from all over the globe. This video demonstrates the seamless quality the entire Dreamworks crew was able to achieve.

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This is so fascinatinnng.  

Wow, that’s really cool! Also, this movie is so visually beautiful it makes me cry. Those backgrounds…

holy crap this is just???? so fucking seamless it’s just incredible

dreamworks what happened why did you stop being so great at making films?????

GUYS THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE MOVIES OF ALL TIME OKAY??????

this is absolutely fucking stunning

yeah this is also one of my favorite movies, not only for the gorgeous animation and the beautiful sound design/songwriting, but because how it was a story from the Bible, but not a BIBLE STORY, if you catch my drift. It did a particularly great job of making Ramses human and not just EVIL EVIL UNJUST HEATHEN EVIL.

I’d love to see this as a stage adaption I think that’d be pretty rad

this is REALLY REALLY cool.

Oh man. I got chills.

^All the comments above. All of them.

^ Yes. This movie was one of the first Dreamworks films I ever saw [that I can remember] as a kid, and I was blown away. I’m still blown away by everything about this film. The animation; the backgrounds; the way the non-Moses characters are portrayed, especially Ramses; the relationships between the characters; the wide range of emotions they were able to carry across; the music.. everything. And this.. there are no words. As much as I love Dreamworks’ other films, this one still stands out as one of their best in my mind, if not the best.

aaaaaaah

this version of the song never fails to make me cry. ;n;

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