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Concept Art, Early Woody, Toy Story, 1995

This is a Concept art. It is dated 1995. Its medium is acrylic on board.

Pixar’s design process often requires many iterations of its characters to arrive at a final design. In early iterations of Woody for Toy Story, Pixar artists explored the idea of the character as a ventriloquist’s dummy with a moveable lower jaw. He later became a smaller, cloth toy.

It is credited Courtesy of Pixar Animation Studios, © Disney/Pixar

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Its dimensions are

H x W: 30.5 × 25.4 cm (12 × 10 in.)

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