Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Tangled is in Theaters!!

Hey everyone! Tangled is in theaters today! I'm very excited and I think I will be taking some of my friends from high school to go and see it tonight! I hope that you all manage to get out there this weekend to see it!

13 comments:

Bobby Pontillas said...

Congratulations Victoria!

Juan Bauty said...

Awesome!!!

smurfthumper said...

Hey, Victoria. I just thought you'd like to know that your beautiful Tangled illustrations got a mention in a parodic review I did on movie website Corona Coming Attractions. Here's the link, if you're curious:

http://coronacomingattractions.com/news/advance-look-disneys-tangled

I can assure you the review was written all in good fun. My affection for Little Golden Books is genuine [I'm a pretty big Richard Scarry fan], even if I did exaggerate it a little for comedic effect.

I included two small cropped scans in the comment section. I believe my editor got clearance from Disney for me to do so, but I will gladly remove them at your request.

Congrats on the book! I'll be seeing Tangled later tonight!

Luján said...

Beautiful work!!!!

Gabby Zapata said...

It was beautiful!! Congrats :)!!

Anthony Holden said...

So stoked to see this.
And what a charming painting!!

Britni Brault said...

We just got back from seeing "Tangled" and it was wonderful!! We have a 3 yr old and she loved it. I met you at the animation expo and went out and bought both you and Brittney Lee's childrens books for Tangled and I love them, I wish I would have had them with me when I met you both. Have a great weekend and congrats at the job with Disney=)

Miguel Robledo said...

Congrats! ^__^

Sasha. said...

Aw this is so sweet! Big congrats to you!

Kendall Robinson said...

it was amazing and I hope I can do a movie like it in the future, your drawing is precious :3

Colin said...

I saw Tangled today and it was great!! The designs were beautiful! Great to meet you last week at CTNX.

Anastasia Ivanova said...

Hi Victoria, I don't want to bother you, but if you could give me an advise since you have already finished bachelors degree and worked or still working for Disney, I just wanted to ask you this: while you studied in Art Center College of Design, did you work to pay for loan? Or your parents helped you with this.
Since I remember myself, I always wanted to work for Disney and now when I am in US and finishing my associates, I face this huge barrier that I might not be able to pass, it is the situation that my dad can not afford or maybe just does not want to co sign me in the student loan so I could go to a school which is expensive as the one that you went. To study animation, programs are expensive! I am desperate, I try to find a job, it is not that easy. Of course I will not give up, but it is terrifying... I can't get fafsa right now, as my dad earns more then enough, but I hope to change my status to INDEPENDENT... So if it is not hard, could you please tell me how was your situation when you just planed to go for bachelors degree. THANK YOU very much.
P.S: Tangled is one of the best cartoons that I have seen, everybody did a great job! Glen Keane probably influenced a lot, he gave his heart to it.
I imagine how incredible was that experience working in that magical studio. ))))))))

RedSpade said...

So pretty! Congrats!