I’ve been working on some more finished things but for the meanwhile: here’s a sketch of myself, when I was around 3-4 years old. I don’t have too many memories but I do have pictures to help enforce what I do remember. I loved the Little Mermaid, the color turquoise, and the Wizard of Oz movie…oh and Polly Pockets and rubber fishing lures (especially a purple sparkly lizard lure)
I’ll be finishing this up and drawing my younger siblings at the same age, too, so my mom will forever have us as her babies haha :)
Disney Ladies Collab!
90 different artists came together to draw 90 ladies from various Disney/Pixar movies!
This was so fun to put together, and I can’t believe how many people were interested in contributing! Signups were insane and filled up so quickly. I think it’s safe to say we all have an appreciation for these ladies in one way or another!
Thank you all so much! You’re all so amazingly talented and professional and I’m so glad I got to know you! :D Look at how great this turned out! YOU GUYS ROCK.
The HIGH RES PNG is here
The full list of contributors is here
I got to draw Aquata! Everyone’s drawings are so nice!
A location in a retelling of the fairy tale Little Daylight!
First image is the final version. The four smaller ones underneath are screenshots of my process. I started with a pencil sketch that was enhanced slightly in photoshop so that the shadows would be a bit more dramatic. Then I put that on multiply over another layer. Under the sketch I put basic colors. Then I made a layer on top of all the others and started smoothing out the colors and adding shading with a blurry, pressure-sensitive brush. Finally I added a few adjustment layers and some finishing touches. In the end I decided to put the original sketch on multiply (about 15% opacity) over everything for a little added texture!
Maybe this sort-of tutorial will help someone! Let me know if you want to see more in the future.