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Everyone Dave Woodman meets has seen some of his work..

As a small boy growing up on a working ranch in Southern Colorado, Dave Woodman had the belief that one day he would be an Animator for Disney.  The Artist grew up to not only be a Disney Animator, but also receive an Academy Award Nomination and win a Golden Globe Award for his work. 


His work with Disney includes:
The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, The Prince and the Pauper (Mickey Mouse), Aladdin, 101 Dalmatians, TV series, The Tigger Movie and Honey I Shrunk the Kids titles.

Non Disney projects from his 20 year animation career include He-Man, Opposites attract music video (Paula Abdul), Christmas Vacation titles (Chevy Chase) and Steven Spielberg’s An American Tail.

Dave also has over 35 years of illustration experience with such publications as: The New Yorker, People, The Chicago Tribune, The Hartford Courant, Modern Bride and Tennis magazines.

At age 17, Dave’s longtime idol, Lucille Ball, purchased some of his early caricature portraits of herself for her personal collection. He designed Phyllis Diller’s caricature logo as well as The Laugh Factory logo.  A Member of The Academy of Television and The Society of Illustrators, his illustration work has received accolades from Al
Hirschfeld and Mort Drucker.

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