Kristin “Casey” Clayton was painter for Disney

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Walt Disney Studios

Walt Disney Studios

Special effects painter and final checker Kristine “Casey” Clayton, whose career lasted from 1972 until 2003, died December 2. Her age was unavailable.

Clayton worked for Hanna-Barbera, Filmation, Orsatti, Cool Productions and Disney.

She handled paint mark-up for the Disney movies Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001), Treasure Planet and Lilo & Stitch (both 2002), Brother Bear (2003), and Home on the Range (2004), as well as the 2006 short The Little Matchgirl.

A painter for 47 episodes of The Simpsons from 1992 to 1995, she also was a cel painter for TV’s Denver, the Last Dinosaur (1988).

Clayton was a key cel painter for the 1992 video The Kingdom Chums: Original Top Ten and a model painter for the 1993 TV-movie Nick & Noel (TV movie).

In theatrical films, Clayton was a Xerox checker for American Pop (1981); did ink and paint special effects for Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night (1987), BraveStarr: The Legend (1988) and Happily Ever After (1990); was an ink artist for Cool World (1992); and was a color modeler for Tom and Jerry: The Movie, also a 1992 release.

For TV series, she was an ink and paint artist for Widget, the World Watcher (1991), a color designer for The Critic (1994), and a color stylist for The What a Cartoon Show (1995) and Dexter’s Laboratory (1996).

Additionally, Clayton was an ink and paint artist for the 1995 TV-movie Jonny Quest Versus the Cyber Insects.

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