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Cinderella: Amazing Concept & Production Stills (Photos)

This week Cinderella has made a grand reappearance, glass slipper and all. Disney has released – from their very impressive vaults – a Diamond Edition of the classic Cinderella on DVD and Blu-Ray. It’s all those adjectives that people use to describe it- timeless, charming, magical – and with the new DVD release there is even more.

Included is the hilarious Tangled Ever After short, a wonderful piece about the inspiration of the Fairy Godmother, plus a very engaging Second Screen Experience with games, activities and a interactive storybook.

To celebrate this big release of Cinderella, Disney has released some wonderful concept sketches and production stills that were used to create the film.  Check out what was used to make the magic, the film we all know and love, right here:

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  • Cinderella 1 of 10
    Cinderella
    One of the added bonuses on the DVD is a an alternative opening.
  • The Glass Slipper 2 of 10
    The Glass Slipper
    A piece of concept art that that highlighted that magical shoe.
  • In the stars 3 of 10
    In the stars
    A gorgeous piece of concept art of Cinderella and the prince dancing in the sky.
  • Cinderella and the Slipper 4 of 10
    Cinderella and the Slipper
    A charming sketch which shows a very different looking Cinderella.
  • The Couple 5 of 10
    The Couple
    A very romantic image of the two. Dramatic and lovely.
  • Midnight 6 of 10
    Midnight
    A piece of concept art which shows an action shot.
  • Live Action Sketch 7 of 10
    Live Action Sketch
    While producing the film, the animators would use photographs as reference.
  • Magic 8 of 10
    Magic
    With the use of the photographs, they could have a better sense of space and layout.
  • Reference 9 of 10
    Reference
    The photographs also were used to be able to use as reference.
  • The Sets 10 of 10
    The Sets
    Using a model, the animators were able to build the space around her, to create a environment to scale. Helene Stanley was their stand-in, she also was used a model for Sleeping Beauty and 101 Dalmatians.
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Photos: Walt Disney Company

 

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