I was fortunate enough to be given the opportunity to tackle the classic 1953 "Peter Pan"- I'm sure you're familiar with it, so I'll just get to the print info-
Walt Disney Presents "PETER PAN"
Listed credits include the 4 (credited) directors, Walt Disney/Producer, and Barrie with a "based on" story credit
There's so many memorable, iconic scenes in Peter Pan, but since I wanted to keep it to one large scale landscape-based layout I chose the 'first flight' sequence, simply because it's what always stuck with me most as a child. It's Peter at his superhero best- soaring over London, invisible in the night sky..leading the way to a cosmic trip through a wormhole to a strange non-spherical floating homeworld (well, that's how I framed it as a child).
Anyway, I stuck pretty close to canon on this one-- you'll notice the 'pirate ship' moon, and the second star to the right.. but some may not notice that Big Ben reads two different times on the visible faces. The reason? In my mind's eye this flight takes place soon after the Darling children and Peter land on one of the the second hands, and if you remember this resets the time from 8:05 to 8:15.
And yes I should have a small amount of APs to offer sometime next week; my sub members get first shot and then I'll put up what remains in a public sale soon after that.
Hope everyone in Austin enjoys the show opening reception tomorrow... I'll be stuck here in MA working away on the next one, so take pics and send me some.
(and re: Last Rebel shipping- I've been hauling tubes to the PO all week, and should have the last domestic batches out today.. if you're waiting, sorry they took so long to go out; finally finished handdoing fire on 200 prints ugh)