Pictures and comments by Brad Chowen from the parks.
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I had previously stopped by the Adventureland Tower of the Disneyland Hotel and took some pictures of all the cool Jungle Cruise artwork and models they had there. This week I decided to pop in and take some pictures of the stuff over at the Frontierland Tower. I haven't been over in that area since they took out the waterfalls.
They had some nice artwork from the old fort on Tom Samyer's Island and Frontierland in general
The coolest thing in the Frontierland Tower lobby was The Big Thunder Railroad model.....I so wish I had this in my house.....Such a cool piece.
I also loved the little waterfall out in front of the Tower.....I wish I had a water feature like this in my own backyard
The Tortillas may be gone to make room for chocolate, but across the way Rosie O' Donell and Colin Mochrie are still taking about making bread (and I'm not talking about money). The Boudin Bakery Bread tour (with free soughdough bread samples) is still a fun little distraction from long attraction lines.
Here is the artwork featuring Mickey and pals that leads you to the meet and greet area with a bear that is hardly ever there. And which most people haven't heard about and don't really care. This pictures introduce guests to who the bear is and why they should wait in line to get a picture with him.
Stopped by the Drawn to Animation for a little instruction on drawing Pooh. I love stopping in at this attraction in the Animation Building of DCA because you never know which cartoon you will get to draw. It is like an art version of Star Tours with new destinations all of the time. Today it was Pooh Bear...with a little sneak peak before hand of Pixar's Brave....
Looks great ----just like all of the other Pixar movies
Time to draw a bear --let us start with a simple square.