The Magic of Disney Animation in Hollywood Studios takes you behind the scenes of popular Disney classics and shows you how the animation was completed and teaches you how to draw a popular Disney character. You’ll even be able to take your drawing home as a free souvenir.
Length of Show: 20 min
Height Requirement: None
Scare Factor: None
Rider Switch (for small kids): No
Weather Procedure: Indoors
Ride Photo: No
Flash Photography: Yes
Extra Magic Hours: No
When to Ride: When the line is short, usually early in the day or later in the afternoon.
Our Touring Strategy: This is one of the handful of attractions we have not experienced. We plan to do it next trip.
Secrets/Tips and Tricks:
- Opens an hour later than the rest of the park
- Holds a small number of people so it can build a line quickly
- You can ask the animator to autograph his and let you have it
- Characters meet at the show’s exit. If you don’t care to do the show again, you can go through the Animation Gallery store to get back to the meet and greet / computer area
Disney Parks Blog has released a number of tutorials so you can learn how to draw at home!
- Tinker Bell
- Buzz Lightyear
- Hiro from ‘Big Hero 6′
- Baymax From ‘Big Hero 6’
- Winnie the Pooh
- Jack Skellington
- Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Learn more tips and secrets about Disney Junior Live On Stage.
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