R. O. Blechman had a closet full of proposals for feature projects at The Ink Tank.
Some were just one page treatments, a few even had substantial animation tests (the best of these was an adaptation of Apuleius' "Golden Ass"), a bunch had storyboards or partial boards.
These are boards for a retelling of the "Grasshopper and the Ant".
The first part here is illustrated by Laszlo Kubinyi.
It's an almost 19th Century storybook style -Cruikshank, Tenniel.
After the introduction, the illustration transforms to Blechman's signature style.
Some call it "squiggly line animation". That's a big simplification. His line, broken and nervous, is precise. When put on film it often becomes lush.
There are another 6 or 7 pages which will come tomorrow.