Walt Disney Co., which bought Pixar computer-animation studio for $8.06 billion last May, will return to making films with hand-drawn art at its Disney Animation studio, according to Bloomberg.

Ed Catmull, president of Pixar and Disney Animation, said "At Disney, we will be making 3-D films, but we will also be bringing back hand-drawn 2-D films".

The decision focuses Disney's animation unit, started by company founder Walt Disney in 1923, on its original mission to create hand-drawn art while relying on Pixar for computer-made movies.

The first full-length hand-drawn The Frog Princess, a fairy tale set in New Orleans and production will start by the end of this year.