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A 23 year old girl.
Born in Uppsala, Sweden.
This is my tumblr blog where I post WIPs, tutorials and other stuff related to my art and life. Before sending in asks, please make sure to first browse the tag "Asks" to see if it's already been answered.
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glen keane model sheets
Reblogging this because the three top pictures are more or less a reference I’ve used many times when practising drawing expressions. Lately I’ve used real photographs instead, but I think these sheets are a great start for people who wants to learn how to use the WHOLE face when drawing and expression.
(flynn rider is literally young duke in my eyes srsly)
Duke wants carkeys to Mutt like really bad.
I blame this all on Faithunder and Purpurastar and their silly ideas that I happen to love to no end.
and for you who don’t get it, it’s from this scene:
Art by me.
And this comes from someone who DESPISED ppl who only drew fanart. But now I understand why they do it, because it simply is so fun to draw your favourite character. And if you combine it with anatomy studies and other art exercises, then you can still improve your painting/drawing skills. As long as you still feel creative with your stuff.
Motorcity made me more interested in drawing cars and other stuffI usually never draw. And my personal drawing style has improved greatly and is much more varied now.
Titmouse is the animation studio that are the creators of the show Motorcity, which airs on Disney XD. If you haven’t checked out that show, then do it. It has such a great diversity among the characters, and a lot more stuff.
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Like, okay this will be the last post I promise.
If you wanna convince me that Sisney isn’t doing this all on fucking purpose then you gotta have to try hard on me.
Because no regular kid in the GENERAL/MAIN/Major crowd that’s between 6-10 years old can stay to midnight on sundays to watch motorcity.
And even if I’m wrong and i’ts around twelve at lunctime, all the kids are at fucking school at that time.
So like, that timeslot is like the big sign that Motorcity is getting fucked up by Disney.
And that Disney XD would be their own version of adult swim?
LET. ME. LAUGH.
IF THEY WANTED XD TO BE THEIR NEW “ADULT” CHANNEL, then they would’ve advertised that way sooner.
I know I’ve never had any respect or hardly TRUST for Disney as a company.
But now I know I’ll never really have ANY hope for the shows they host, whenever they are good or bad.
this actually makes me angrier than the fact that we only gave MC one season.
This feels like they are kicking us in the crotch while we already are beat up on the ground. Rubbing salt in to our wounds.
Like at least give us a fucking timeslot to show the last episodes. Is that really so fucking much to ask for? I apparently guess it is. Because even tho I’ve never seen anything from it, but just giving a show a title like “a dog with a blog” sounds like something i would NEVER watched as a kid myself.
When I was a kid, I longed SO FUCKING MUCH for adventure, I didn’t want fucking spongebob or adventure time or any of those goofy-silly-lol-stuff.
I wanted action, characters that actually might DIE, a hint of fucking reality, and still a world that could inspire you. I wanted stories. That is what our history and culture is build of- stories of adventures that DIDN’T always end with a laugh.
I’m just very angry because I can only see this as a asshole-move from XD’s side OK?
This is like the biggest proof that there wont be any motorcity, and because of that, they don’t even care about what time-slot they give the show. I just wanna punch something really hard right now.
I WANTED TO SEE THE DUKE SO FUCKING BAD TODAY THAT IS WHY IM ANGRY OK
So… I’m noticing that Titmousers are “liking” the concept art posts…
So…uhh… I guess that… gives me the a-ok to post more, in a sense?
…So YEAH TEXAS
Character sheet by David Andervoort.
Världens bästa Texas
Vackra, Snälla, Lagom tjocka Texas
Genom kloka, underbara Texas
Undra på at alla alla gillar diiiig<3
When it was first announced, we learned that the CG musical film told the story of the fabled Snow Queen, loosely based on the Hans Christian Anderson fairytale. We’ve also known for about a month now that Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel are set to voice the lead roles. More recently, we discovered where the movie has drawn its inspiration.
“This is going to be a world that is inspired by the real, rugged, majestic beauty of Norway,” said Emily Thompson, Senior Manager of Communications at Disney Animation. “Even though the story won’t necessarily take place in a specific time or location, that’s our inspiration.”
At its heart, though, Frozen tells the story between two sisters, Anna (Bell) and Elsa (Menzel). ”They do a really, really fantastic job together,” continued Thompson. “Anna and her partner in crime, Kristoff — he’s kind of a rugged mountain man — they set off on a journey to find Anna’s sister the Snow Queen, Elsa, who’s banished herself to the mountains where she’s built this beautiful snow palace; she’s in this kind of self-imposed exile. So they’re going to find Elsa and bring her back.”
This is all in order to save Anna’s kingdom, which has been cursed in eternal winter. “Along the way, they meet up with this enchanted snow man Olaf, who provides a lot of the comic relief. Then there’s also a mangy looking reindeer named Sven.”
The Disney project, which was originally shelved back in 2010, is now being helmed by Tarzan’s Chris Buck, with music by Robert Lopez and his wife Kristen (Winnie the Pooh). The film is currently slated for release in November 2013.
“This is going to be a world that is inspired by the real, rugged, majestic beauty of Norway,”
Wooooo! Finally a Scandinavian-themed disney movie!! :DD
Frozen. New Disney princess?
IS THAT SAAMI CLOTHES?
OH DEAR GOD PLEASE PLEASE THIS WOULD BE THE BEST…
JAG KRÄVER ROGER PONTARE I FROZEN OKEJ.
Humanized drawings of Scar from The Lion King.
Everything…. srsly, EVERY FUCKING STROKE, was done with my non-dominant hand.
The sketch to the right was my first attempt. The lines are squiggly and it took me way too much time to just sketch down a circle.
On the other two, I got a better grip of it. I started to rotate the picture while working, which proved to be very effective. I set my tablet to right-handed mode, so even if I would use the pen with my left hand(the dominant one), I would still have to switch to right handed because otherwise I would accidentally push the buttons on my tablet (NOTE: this was intended to happen. To force myself to stick with my right hand.)
I’m extremely tired right now, so I’m off to crash to bed. But I hope this post will inspire others who also work to become ambidextruous. Today was the first time I tried drawing with my right hand with a tablet, it was so much harder and trickier to get used to. But as soon as I found the right position of my arm, it went much better.
Although I think my left hand is a bit pissed, at the beginning it really wanted to draw. But I told Leftie that Righty has to practice using the pen first.
man I am the worst princess
:| I’m a
I feel so pretty. C:
I got a mustache. I’m best princess.
And also, different countries have different laws in copyright.
COPY-RIGHT <— not “tracing-right” or “imitate-right”.
I really feel that
people”young artists” need to know this once and for all.
Here’s another try on Tarzans anatomy. This time it’s not so much about the proportions that’s wrong with the first picture - it is quite okay if we ignore the left arm.
However, what I find a bit wrong is that it has the wrong “sense of movement”. Even though it IS more sketchy than the second one, it look more like he’s sliding. And is sort of grabbing the branch rather than using it as support for his body weight.
On the second try, I kept all this in mind and started with sketching the branch instead of the character. If the reference is interacting with an object, you really should include it in your sketch. One note I did was that Tarzan is actually not sliding but is sort of in the middle of a jump over the branch (the rest of it is outside the “camera”) while having one part of the body facing a bit more to the right (like the leg).
My best solution to achieve this feeling on my sketch was to make it look like his left arm is supporting the main body weight - gravity plays a big part when it comes to dynamic movement and posing.
Now, it’s a very small difference between Nr1 and Nr2. Especially at first glance, but it’s when you change your main focus that you’ll learn how to make it better.
Rapunzel Concept art.
I’d really like to try out that technique - same motive but different light setting and color scheme. It sounds like a awesome challenge.
I think I’ll do the video tutorial tomorrow instead. Right now I really feel like practice some anatomy (haven’t done that for a loooooong time if feels). And I recently discovered my new art-idol; Glen Keane. His work on Disney’s “Tarzan” is incredribly inspiring. Especially his anatomical studies of Tarzan’s body.
So um… yeah I’m actually using Tarzan as anatomical reference right now, because his anatomy is very correct - but still is cut down into such easy shapes and really helps me understand how to tackle areas I always have trouble drawing ( shoulders and the upper arm is still a hard area for me to draw muscular)
I am serious when I say that any artist out there - especially you who are dreaming of becoming comic artists or mangaka’s - should try out classic frame-by-frame animation. Even if you wont be a animator, it is still a very good way to test your skills and knowledge in how to view a 2D-drawing as a 3D object.
And considering the dynamic movements you see in Disney’s “Tarzan”, I really recommend to study that movie for many reasons. Now I’m off to draw moar tarzan :3
to find more of Glen Keane’s work on Tarzan just go here: Link!
For more awesome art from “Tarzan” just go here: LINK!
Disney’s “Tarzan” may not be 100% pure realism, but the anatomy on Tarzan is incredible. Apparently, the animator team hired a professional anatomy-instructor in order to make sure to animate the muscles as correct as possible. I think these sketches is awesome references for anatomic studies. Make sure you check out the link for more deliciousness.