Disney artists have recreated the artwork from Pinocchio using traditional Disney animation techniques. Each cel was inked over an original animation drawing by a Disney inket, and was then hand-painted using traditional Disney-approved acrylic paints by a Disney painter. The background accompanying this cel has been lithogtaphically reproduced from original clean-up animation drawings on premium quality, acid-free paper. Ward Kimball, directing animator of Pinocchio, approved the layout of an orientation of these drawings, some of which were reversed to complement the center image. Conforming to the practice of fine art printing, the film used to create the background was destroyed when the edition was completed.