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The artwork in the Tower of Terror episode from 'Behind the Attraction' on Disney+ was stolen from YouTube creator Art of Engineering

ToTBellHop

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
I don’t see it. One is blue. One is red. Completely different. Look how far apart they are on the color wheel:
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Couldn’t be any further!

Back to complaining about the topiary cake.
 

Tom Morrow

Well-Known Member
I'm not doubting that the documentary crew stole it, but is it possible that Art of Engineering guy actually just traced over blueprints/official documents? Possibly unauthorized? His video is great but he clearly obtained a copy of the Operating Guidelines with how detailed and factual the video is.
 

JoeCamel

Well-Known Member
I'm not doubting that the documentary crew stole it, but is it possible that Art of Engineering guy actually just traced over blueprints/official documents? Possibly unauthorized? His video is great but he clearly obtained a copy of the Operating Guidelines with how detailed and factual the video is.
He said he drew it himself, might be obsessed enough to have done it then sought out the manual to go along with it?
Don't know but he is active on Twitter if you want to go ask him
 

Kamikaze

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
By the way, if anyone doesn't know what I'm referencing in the OP, Martin made the following drawing of ToT years ago.

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Disney took it and printed T-Shirts with it which they then sold in the parks:

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Martin's never said much about what came of it, probably because he's literally the best Disney fan out there, but I assume they came to some sort of arrangement.
 

JoeCamel

Well-Known Member
By the way, if anyone doesn't know what I'm referencing in the OP, Martin made the following drawing of ToT years ago.

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Disney took it and printed T-Shirts with it which they then sold in the parks:

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Martin's never said much about what came of it, probably because he's literally the best Disney fan out there, but I assume they came to some sort of arrangement.
Maybe they hooked him up with backstage passes? ;)
 

Trauma

Well-Known Member
By the way, if anyone doesn't know what I'm referencing in the OP, Martin made the following drawing of ToT years ago.

View attachment 587602
Disney took it and printed T-Shirts with it which they then sold in the parks:

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Martin's never said much about what came of it, probably because he's literally the best Disney fan out there, but I assume they came to some sort of arrangement.
Wow back when they were only charging $19.95 for a graphic tee.
 
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ToTBellHop

Well-Known Member
In the Parks
No
By the way, if anyone doesn't know what I'm referencing in the OP, Martin made the following drawing of ToT years ago.

View attachment 587602
Disney took it and printed T-Shirts with it which they then sold in the parks:

aaaaa.jpg


Martin's never said much about what came of it, probably because he's literally the best Disney fan out there, but I assume they came to some sort of arrangement.
He does’t wait in line for ToT anymore.
 

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