This is a key drawing of Roc chick from The 7th Voyage of Sinbad. In the original script, the Roc was conceived as an adversary which tried to sink Sinbad's ship by dropping rocks on it.
This particular idea was used for the Cyclops’ introduction earlier in the film. The sequence was replaced with that of the adult Roc fighting with the sailors after they had eaten its newly hatched chick. You can’t help but side with the creature after this cruel act! This drawing is directly influenced by The One Thousand and One Nights, and artwork by Gustave Doré – a lifelong inspiration to Ray.
A framed reproduction art print of Roc Hatchling by Ray Harryhausen.
Frame options: oak / black satin
Framed print size: 41 x 33 cm
Frame thickness: 20 mm
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