Because they go together DUHH.
No, actually two different drawings for my new Disney “species-bend” kick.
First up, a big pig (yup-yup) and his pal as humans CAUSE WHY NOT;)
Full size drawing
Original compared to my rendition:9
Now for Flounder! Of course, with Ariel, because they’re buddies.
Preliminary stages of the drawing…line work over pencil work and ready to begin color work
If I could go back I would make his merman tail shorter because he’s just a kid in the movie, (here I drew him more as a teenager)
Final drawing compared to the original screenshot! Also, I love how official my writing looks in these boxes beneath the pictures, I could literally say unicorns are building a sandcastle and it would look prestigious
Thanks so much for reading! Have an enchanted day^_^ CAUSE WHY NOT?
Greetings all! Sorry for the year-long, unprecedented hiatus. YOLO! Actually, just college and well,…that’s it. Anywho, dunno how much I’ll be posting but of course I’m gonna drop by when I draw something Disney related. We don’t have much to catch up on, as I haven’t drawn a LOT of Disney related stuff in the past year. Even so, here we gooooo *says like Peter Pan and you just stare at me like I’m crazy*. Alright then:
Early pic of the poster’s progress, and also size comparison
Padme being all stylish in her reflective headpiece
Sad, intense moment to make the poster reach different colors from the movie
This is life-size btw
Over all I’ve spent about 30 some odd hours on this. I began drawing Obi-Wan, but he isn’t far enough along yet to post the progress. The poster is also planned to feature many other characters and a ship and another scene or two. But I won’t be finishing it for a while, b/c of school. YOLO.
Alrighty, so now for a more Disney-themed drawing that’s more up our usual cartoony, 2-D alley! A human version of Robin Hood and Maid Marian! Whaaaat? Yes, it’s true. I plan on doing one for Lady and the Tramp as well.
Comparison of the original screencap from the film, and my human rendition
I hope you all enjoyed this update! I’m sorry I’ve been such a late rabbit with posting.
So, you probably don’t follow Disney news too closely, and I admit, neither do I- unless it concerns my childhood memories. I don’t remember watching the Hercules movie, but I do recall being at my grandparents house, straining to stay awake late at night at a sleepover, so I could watch an episode from the Hercules TV series. (Spoiler alert: I fell asleep anyway. FAIL)
Despite my non familiarity with the movie, I have watched clips of some of the musical scores on youtube, and REALLY wanted to make some fan art! Especially of Meg- aka, the “not-actually-an-official-disney-princess Princess”. She’s not the only non-disney-princess Princess either- some of you might still be sore about Jane not making the cut (Tarzan is so underrated. Yay Phil Collins!). There are a few others, but mainly, Meg and Jane are the more obvious ones. Without further a due, here’s the process:
I erased around the edges and used a purple-pink for the “glow” around her from the water (which I decided not to draw).
Glowing for the right side of her hair.^^^
Light brown to darken her tan.
A little pink to keep the skin rose-y.
Lastly, I went over her hair with a dark brown to smooth it all out and closer match her dark brunette mane.
At least out loud, I won’t say she’s an official Disney Princess….but me thinks it!
*Note: the photos still have the web address for my previous drawing website on them because I was too lazy to change them. Lol
Okay, so we’ve all seen Frozen, and we all have a favorite character. My favorite is…Olaf! But today I’m showing you my drawing of Elsa, so hopefully you’ll forgive me for not doing the warm-hug-loving snowman yet. Maybe in the future, kids!
Okay, at this point, I was like, “oh no, the shading looks like a 5-o-clock shadow!” So…
I tried to lighten it with my eraser a bit and moved on. Because there’s nothing a good head of hair won’t fix!
Ahh, that’s better.
Truth be told, I’m not THRILLED with how this turned out. I didn’t place her features properly, and thus, it doesn’t look exactly like her (ex: her eyes distance apart). Her lip color was also somehow inconceivable for me to replicate (you know, pink) so it turned out purple. The eye shadow she has on is the reason I drew the picture, and thus, I have Elsa’s eye-shadow to thank for this website. Without her makeup statement, I wouldn’t have discovered my love for Drawing Disney. Well, actually that’s not totally true. Elsa’s predecessor, Rapunzel, technically got me started, but Elsa’s eye-shadow made me want to keep going!