Victoria Ying’s concept art at the bottom looks familiar, but the top picture is a reminder that “Tangled” was, at one time, going to be set in a later time period and in a place with very clear fashions for the villagers. I sort of wish I could have seen Rapunzel in a regency gown.
The directors have described the Snuggly Duckling as an “Eighteenth Century biker bar.” Rapunzel’s Angels, perhaps.
There was a grandmother who originally ran this pub when it was new. She planted a cute tree that has now grown and grown…. Now it is pushing over the pub and has become incorporated into it. –DOUG ROGERS, DESIGNER
Rogers says there’s a shrine to the grandmother in the Duckling that no one will ever see.
From “Rapunzel’s Winter Adventure” in the Christmas Disney Princesses magazine. Rapunzel in a night dress … so cute.
Other random props by Scott Watanabe, including houses for Pascal, books from the Corona bookstore, and Rapunzel’s paints.
Props from the Corona High Street by Scott Watanabe.
I’d love to have this concept art by Kevin Nelson framed on my wall. Must be Flynn. No idea what he’s up to. No good, surely…
Schematics and detail of Corona village buildings by Doug Rogers.
This deserves its own post. It’s Kevin Nelson concept art for the village lantern-lighting sequence in “Waiting for the Lights,” but the scene in the film is so dark you can’t see anything. Here you can see every detail of one quarter of the village, including the High Street and Fountain Square.