Repainting Continues On Finding Nemo Buildings at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort

The exterior refurbishment is going swimmingly at Disney’s Art of Animation Resort. In recent days, much work has been done on the “Finding Nemo” buildings.

Since our last visit, the backside of building four has been completely repainted.

The seascape looks more vibrant, shown in vivid blues and purples.

It really makes the fish stand out.

On the other side of building four, work continues under the watchful eyes of Mr. Ray. The cherry picker was raised up, though we didn’t see anyone on the platform.

Scaffolding is still up over the entrance behind the statue.

With building five complete, most of the attention is focused on building four.

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Meanwhile, finishing touches are being put on “The Lion King” buildings.

Latticed fencing was up as a worker tended to the ground outside the building.

Meanwhile, the sculpture of Mufasa on Pride Rock was getting some care, especially at the base.

A cherry picker was also on site here, but wasn’t in use.

His highness was looking especially regal atop the awe-inspiring work of art.

Everything has come a long way since the refurbishment began back in March. Overall, things seem to be progressing steadily as the whole resort looks more animated.

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