Influence on The Thief and the Cobbler: Errol Le Cain's Aladdin


One of the most influential artists on Richard Williams‘ The Thief and the Cobbler was Errol Le Cain.

Le Cain’s artwork was a key to the design style and stylization of the BG’s of Dick Williams’ feature. He was involved in the Williams Soho Square studio from its earliest days, where he worked until his death.

Here are several of the images from his adaptation of Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp in 1981.


















Here are three of Le Cain inspirational illustrations for Williams' studio








Sources:
The illustrated work of Errol Le Cain: Part 1 & Part 2, The Thief: Part 1, Part 2, Figure Skating Album
&
Michael Sporn Animation, Inc.

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