Each of the brooms (14 in total) were individually sculpted (and not replicated
in production) and the sculpture shows an animation progression from this
classic film sequence.
If you freeze a moment of the film, you will see all the brooms in unison
in the same pose pitching the water from the pails. That's much easier to
produce of course since you can replicate the same broom sculpture in different
sizes for the sculpture.
In this sculpture however, it was chosen for the first time in WDCC to animate
a progression of a film sequence showing the brooms from the moment when
they start to pitch the water from the pails to the point where water is
pouring all the way out. This tells the animated story of the brooms action
sequence. So, each broom is sculpted individually in the progression taking
many more days to sculpt and produce ... but what one might expect from a
Signature Series release!
The Fantasia Signature Series also comes with wooden presentation base and
a signature card signed by sculptor Ruben Procopio and a special Roy Disney
Matched Numbered Limited Edition (NLE) set of 1,000.
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