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Posted October 05, 2018 07:18:00A new 3D image from the original film’s original animation, which was made from a scanned print, has been uploaded to the internet.
The Lion-King-inspired wallpaper was made by the artist who made the original animated wallpaper, and the artwork has been shared with the internet via his Twitter account.
The wallpaper has been posted by artist and animator Sam Pardo, and he shared the image with the message “We all have a right to be artistic, and we’re sharing it.”
He added: “This is an image of the original original artwork for ‘The Lions’ which was scanned from the film.
The Lion King is the most famous animated film in the world.
I’ve taken the image and scanned it to make it 3D.”
Pardo’s art also includes some images from the animated film, which the artist described as being “the most iconic” of all.
The image has been available on the internet since March 25, 2017, but was only made public last week, after it was shared by the social media site Reddit user /u/cant_believe.
Pardo tweeted the image on Wednesday, saying: “Just uploaded this.
Can’t believe I didn’t think of this sooner.”
Pablo, who was born in Brazil and works as an animator, said the original image was created in the 1980s and featured a series of cartoon animals crossing a bridge, before a scene featuring a lion and a cheetah was added.
“I hope you enjoy the image, as much as I enjoyed making it,” he wrote.
“The image was a scan of an original print of the film that was created for the original 3D animation by the renowned animator/composer Sam Pardue.”
Sam Pardo (@sampardue) October 05, 2017