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Jellybean

A former animator is bringing a touch of Disney magic to card games. Tania Walker talks monsters, ladies and why every drawing counts

LIONS, TIGERS AND DRACULA

The art style of Dracula’s Feast was inspired by gothic illustrator Edward Gorey

For many artists, a job at Disney would be their ‘happily ever after’. For Tania Walker, it was just her ‘Once upon a time…’ After stints at animation studios – where she worked on a Coco Pops advert and the sequel to George of the Jungle – the Australian illustrator joined Walt Disney’s Sydney studio in the mid-noughties as an assistant animator, racking up credits on films such as The Lion King 3 and Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers. Part of her role was to work as an ‘inbetweener’, the industry term for artists that produce the drawings that go between the key poses drawn by lead animators, giving the impression of movement and action.

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