Renée van Harselaar

Renée van Harselaar

Renée van Harselaar
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What big ears you have!!

What big ears you have!!

Love this edit.

Love this edit.

Edward

Edward

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When Tarzan first meets Jane, and he presses his hand against her’s, he has so much wonder in his eyes at seeing this person that looks just like him. Glen Keane, supervising animator for Tarzan, said that he drew Tarzan’s face with his daughter in mind. He remembered how he felt when he first held his daughter: this new, little life that was just like him. Keane pulled from his own feelings of awe, wonder and amazement, and these beautiful yet simple moments give Tarzan so much emotional…

When Tarzan first meets Jane, and he presses his hand against her’s, he has so much wonder in his eyes at seeing this person that looks just like him. Glen Keane, supervising animator for Tarzan, said that he drew Tarzan’s face with his daughter in mind. He remembered how he felt when he first held his daughter: this new, little life that was just like him. Keane pulled from his own feelings of awe, wonder and amazement, and these beautiful yet simple moments give Tarzan so much emotional…

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Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?,

Who stole the cookie from the cookie jar?,

"Crouching Fairy, Hidden Appendages" by Xavier R. Marchena

"Crouching Fairy, Hidden Appendages" by Xavier R. Marchena