During a beautiful Saturday evening ceremony this past November 9th, Sky Danley accepted a prestigious Moonbeam Award for his new children's picture book, "My Friend Moose'r McDan." The book's timeless narrative is about a Hunter Bear that abandons his aggression in favor of friendship with Moose'r McDan, the friendliest moose... read more →
October 15th, 1934, appears to be a relatively short meeting between Walt and two of his story men, Dick and Larry. They only addressed first names in the transcript header, but I'm pretty sure the referenced Larry is story-man Larry Morey, who was assigned to Snow White early-on to arrange... read more →
The anti-aggression/anti-violence topic is, surprisingly, an extremely sensitive topic when used in children's media, more so today with society's ever-increasing violent acts. It's an extremely complicated but important issue to address, though, in the hopes of reducing it, especially in future generations. My newly released award-winning children's book, titled "My... read more →
Here's the 2nd earliest Snow White story document I have, and I just noticed that these early documents are from this month, October, only 85-years earlier. By the time of this document, it's amazing how much effort has already gone into Snow White's story construction, and you're really starting to... read more →
First off, I am absolutely honored and humbled that Moose'r McDan recently won a prestigious Moonbeam Children's Book Award. As with most endeavors, I put an awful lot of thought and effort into both the book's visual design and its character development, particularly the moose but also right down to... read more →
SUGGESTIONS AND NOTES ON "SNOW WHITE." Disney Story Conference, October 3rd, 1934 I have developed two passions in my life: Aeronautical Engineering and Visual Story. As of late, VISUAL STORY has become the more dominant. I first became passionate about story as film student studying historical documents while at The... read more →
As the soaring eagle came from an egg, and the majestic redwood came from a seed, be it known that Sky Danley came from a dream...