Pixar fans who are visiting Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida over the next few months are in for a very special treat. As of yesterday, the rotating concept art exhibit located in the Magic of Disney Animation building (at Disney’s Hollywood Studios) is now giving guests an ‘inside’ look into the film, Inside Out.
The gallery consists of three glass display cases with various concept/character development sketches as well as maquette statuettes of the five main emotions. Look closely and you’ll notice subtle changes to the characters as the film progressed during the 5-year production period.
Our favorite piece included in the exhibit is a sketch done by a Production Designer (pictured below), that portrays the day-to-day life from his daughter’s point of view and what tends to be important points of interest in the eyes of a child. This particular piece adds a personal touch to the research of the film – mirroring what Pete Docter explained during a recent radio interview.
Thanks to WDW News Today for sharing this with us. To view the numerous other photos from the exhibit visit WDW News Today. We hope to see more great concept art in the ‘Art of Inside Out‘ book set to release on May 26, 2015.